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Action Plan for Botanic Gardens in the European Union
Edited and compiled by Judith Cheney, Joaquin Navarrete Navarro and Peter Wyse Jackson for the European Botanic Gardens Consortium. (2000).

Bibliography
Akeroyd, J., McGough, N. & Wyse Jackson, P. (eds) (1994): A CITES Manual for Botanic Gardens. BGCI, Richmond.

Akeroyd, J. & Wyse Jackson. P. (1995): Handbook for Botanic Gardens on the Reintroduction of Plants to the Wild. BGCI, Richmond.

BGCI (1995): BG-Recorder, a Computer Software System for Plant Records. BGCI, Richmond, UK.

BGCI (1999): The International Transfer Format for Botanic Garden Plant Records. 2nd edn. BGCI, Richmond.

Falk, D. A. & Holsinger, K. E. (1991): Genetics and Conservation of Rare Plants. Oxford University Press, New York.

Hamann, O. (ed) (1992): Ex situ Conservation in Botanical Gardens. Opera Botanica 113, Copenhagen.

Heywood, C. A., Heywood, V. H. & Wyse Jackson, P. S. (1 990): International Directory of Botanical Gardens. 5th edn. Koeltz Scientific Books on behalf of WWF, BGCS & IABG.

Holmgren, P. K., Holmgren, N. H. & Barnett, L. C. (1990): Index Herbariorum. 8th edn. New York Botanical Garden, New York.

IUCN-BGCS & WWF (1989): The Botanic Gardens Conservation Strategy. IUCN-BGCS, Richmond and Gland.

Leadlay, E. & Greene, J. (eds) (1998): The Darwin Technical Manual for Botanic Gardens. BGCI, Richmond.

Willison, J. & Greene, J. (eds) (1994): Botanic Gardens Environmental Education: guidelines for the development of individual strategies. BGCI, Richmond.

Willison, J. & Wyse Jackson, P. (eds) (1992): A Natural Environment for Learning: Proceedings of the 1st Congress on Education in Botanic Gardens. BGCI, Richmond.

Wyse Jackson, P. S. & Akeroyd, J. R. (1994): Guidelines to be followed in the design of plant conservation or recovery plans. In Convention on the Conservation of European Wildlife and Natural Habitats, Nature and Environment, No. 68. Council of Europe Press, Strasbourg.

Key texts for botanic gardens are listed here. Other references are included in the text




INTRODUCTION and SUMMARY
A. SCIENCE AND HORTICULTURE
B. HERITAGE CULTURE AND TOURISM
C. CONSERVATION OF BIODIVERSITY
D. EDUCATION, TRAINING and AWARENESS
E. NETWORKING and CO-OPERATION
F. CAPACITY BUILDING
FUNDING TO IMPLEMENT THE ACTION PLAN
BIBLIOGRAPHY