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BGEN's work helps to support Target 8 of the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation. The GSPC highlights the importance of plants and the ecosystem services they provide for all life on earth, and aims to ensure their conservation. It consists of 16 outcome-oriented targets for conservation with a deadline of 2010. Target 8 is especially relevant to BGEN's work and the work of our … Continue Reading ››
BGEN is a signatory to the Learning Outside the Classroom (LOTC) Manifesto. LOTC believes that every young person should experience the world beyond the classroom as an essential part of learning and personal development, whatever their age, ability or circumstances. The organisation's aim is not only to make clear that learning outside the classroom has significant learning benefits for participants but also to explore how it can … Continue Reading ››
BIAZA represents the best zoos and aquariums, supporting them and promoting their work. Its vision is to be a powerful force in the care and conservation of the natural world. Its mission includes the delivery of highest-quality environmental education, training, and research.
BGEN is a body of over 200 members, representing more than 70 botanic gardens, zoos, arboreta, and other environmental education institutions throughout the UK, Ireland, and other countries around the world. They:
- Help visitors understand the vital work of botanic gardens, parks and historic gardens
- Raise awareness of plant diversity, conservation and the role of plants in our daily lives
- Work with many audiences including families, school groups and the wider community
- Make links between people and plants around the world
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BGEN is proud to support the work of Growing Schools. Growing Schools aims to give all children the opportunity to connect with the living environment, whether it is an inner-city window box or a vast country estate, a school veg plot or a natural woodland. Interacting with living plants and animals provides a very rich, hands-on learning experience in which both formal and informal education can flourish. Growing Schools … Continue Reading ››