Our mission is to secure the future of the world’s threatened tree species in situ, for the benefit of people and the planet

What we do

The Global Trees Campaign is dedicated to saving the world’s threatened tree species in their natural habitats.

Launched in 1999, the Global Trees Campaign (GTC) is a joint initiative between Fauna & Flora International (FFI) and Botanic Gardens Conservation International (BGCI). To date, we have supported conservation initiatives benefiting more than 400 threatened tree species in over 50 countries worldwide.

How we work


The Global Tree Assessment identifies the tree species most at risk of extinction and directs conservation efforts towards species in greatest need.

Take Action

Working with in-country partners, GTC safeguards populations of the world’s most threatened tree species through direct, practical and innovative interventions.

Build Capacity

GTC supports local conservationists to develop skills for effective tree species conservation, and to become champions for threatened trees in their region.

Mobilise Others

GTC empowers and motivates individuals and organisations across the world to catalyse wider action for tree species conservation.