Saving the World's Threatened Trees

Over 10,000 tree species are threatened with extinction. Help us secure their future.

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Research opportunities

Help us answer big questions for tree conservation

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How many trees are there?

We published the first list of the world's tree species

CLP training – 2013 group

Funding for practitioners

Small grant for tree conservation leaders in Asia-Pacific

Projects

We’re involved in a range of projects around the world working for the conservation of threatened tree species. Here are some of our latest projects:

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Threatened Trees

The Global Trees Campaign is building a selection of profiles for trees of interest.

Some of the latest trees we have added to the site are:

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IUCN/SSC Global Tree Specialist Group

The IUCN/SSC Global Tree Specialist Group (GTSG) is a global network of experts who, working in their own regions and institutions, all contribute to the conservation of globally threatened trees. The aims of the GTSG are: To promote and implement global Red...

Find out more about our specialists

Did you know?

The bristlecone pine may be the world’s oldest known living organism. One tree found in California’s White Mountains is 5,062 years old.