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Over 8,000 tree species, 10% of the world's total, are threatened with extinction.
The Global Trees Campaign exists to secure the future of the world’s threatened tree species and their benefits for humans and the wider environment.
A joint initiative between Fauna & Flora International (FFI) and Botanic Gardens Conservation International (BGCI), the Global Trees Campaign is the only international campaign dedicated to saving threatened trees.Read more >>
In the latest installment of the Global Tree Campaign's series of blogs, Richard Jenkins, former director of Madagasikara Voakajy, shares his fascination with Madagascar's iconic baobabs. Read More >>
International experts attended a conference with the aim to develop a coordinated action plan to save threatened Rhododendron species from extinction... Read More >>
Did You Know?... All Brazil nuts eaten around the world are gathered from threatened wild trees in the forests of South America.
The Brazil nut tree is just one of many important food trees. Read more >>