International Conifer Conservation Programme

International Conifer Conservation Programme Related

SCADPlus: International Dolphin Conservation Programme:: Offers summaries of legislative activities of the European Union. Find information on measures taken to reduce species mortality during tuna fishing.

Swiss Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Programme:: A task force to promote, implement and coordinate efforts to conserve the native amphibian and reptile fauna, which is protected by law since 1967.

Bornean Biodiversity and Ecosystem Conservation Programme:: Programme to establish sustainable approaches for the conservation of the endangered biodiversity and ecosystems of Sabah, Malaysia.

CBDC: Community Biodiversity Development and Conservation Programme:: Global initiative to strengthen the ongoing work of farming communities in conserving and developing the agricultural biodiversity that is vital to their livelihoods and food security.

International Geosphere-Biosphere Programme:: Project from the Swedish Academy of Sciences tracks the interaction of biology and chemistry of the earth as they relate to global change.

International Programme on Chemical Safety INCHEM Database:: Provides information on chemicals affecting the environment and human health from internationally peer-reviewed chemical safety-related publications and databases.

Bird Conservation International:: A quarterly peer-reviewed journal focusing on the conservation issues affecting birds and their habitats.

Bat Conservation International:: Information about bats, their conservation and how to get involved.

International Conservation Center:: Provides an extension of the Pittsburgh Zoo's conservation, education, and breeding programs, focusing on the need to house breeding groups of threatened and endangered species, with an emphasis on African Elephants.

Botanic Gardens Conservation International:: Provides technical guidance, data and support for botanic gardens in almost 100 countries worldwide.

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The American Phytopathological Society (APS)
Specht Lab
Georgia Plant Conservation Alliance (GPCA)