The call for abstracts for the next issue of Roots is now open! We are looking for a range of contributions around the topic of learning theories. To see your work featured in Roots send a 100 word abstract to Liliana.firstname.lastname@example.org by 5th January. Find out more
April’s issue, Engaging Youth is now available on the BGCI website. Find out more about how botanic gardens are engaging with this hard-to-reach audience.
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BGCI Technical Review is now available in Chinese
The technical review includes an updated list of criteria that define a botanic garden as well as guidance and recommendations to aid botanic garden strategic planning. Find out more
The third issue of BigNews from BigPicnic was sent out last week. You can now find it on the BigPicnic website.
BigPicnic is a European project which sees botanic gardens, with the support of other organisations, working with their local communities to generate public debate on food security to influence Responsible Research and Innovation.
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King of Puddings
This new book by Royal Botanic Gardens Kew expert Guide Angela Dixon is a tour of the global history of the Christmas Pudding. The book is £5.99 or £5 per copy for orders of two or more.
£1 from every sale goes to support BGCI's global conservation work! Order yours
Plants, People, Planet
This new journal seeks to promote and celebrate outstanding plant-based research. Submissions are welcome from all areas of plant sciences, from ecosystem studies to molecular genetics, and particularly encourages interdisciplinary studies, for instance within the social and medical sciences and chemistry and engineering. Read more or email PPP@lancaster.ac.uk