News & Blog – February 2019

One third of Nothofagus species threatened in the wild

Posted on by Megan Barstow

  The Red List of Nothofagus (trees more commonly known as ‘false beech’ or ‘southern beech’), recently published by BGCI and Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, identifies 11 species at risk of extinction in the wild, including three Critically Endangered species. The report contains assessments for all 37 species of Nothofagus and identifies major threats to…

2018 in review

Posted on by Jessica Walker

It was another busy year for GTC. As we prepare for the year ahead, we reflect on some of our biggest stories and achievements from 2018. GTC keeps active Bumper year for Brazil Excellent conditions in southern Brazil led to the region’s trees producing an unusually large amount of fruit and seeds. Our partner, Sociedade…