Global Strategy for Plant Conservation

Founding Year: 2010



A program of the UN Convention on Biological Diversity that seeks “to halt the continuing loss of plant diversity”.


  • Plant diversity is well understood, documented and recognized.
  • It is urgently and effectively conserved.
  • It is used in a sustainable and equitable manner.
  • Education and awareness about plant diversity, its role in sustainable livelihoods and its importance to all life on Earth are promoted.
  • The capacities and public engagement necessary to implement the strategy have been developed.


Global Strategy for Plant Conservation contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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