A few days ago I received the letter from my Israeli colleague who works for the Arava Institute for Environmental Studies. It has contained a requist to share the informational brochure about the second MASHAV International Course “Environmental Management of Parks and Nature Reserves: focus on Ecosystem Services” (June 10th – June 29th , 2018, Tel Aviv – Kibbutz Ketura – Jerusalem, Israel). Continue reading
The announce of the second MASHAV International Course “Environmental Management of Parks and Nature Reserves: focus on Ecosystem Services” in June 2018
In 15th October 2017 The Global Botanical Portal has posted my photo impressions from visit of the Eötvös Loránd University Botanic Garden in Budapest (Hungary). I promised to continue my story there, but annual reports, preparation for Christmas and New Year hindered to do it. But, today I go on! 🙂
So, a little bit pictures and comments after visit of the Buda Arboretum of Szent István University in the end of July 2017 are below:
The Global Botanical Portal is glad to inform you about the publication of the European Red List of lycopods and ferns.
García Criado, M., Väre, H., Nieto, A., Bento Elias, R., Dyer, R., Ivanenko, Y., Ivanova, D., Lansdown, R., Molina, J.A., Rouhan, G., Rumsey, F., Troia, A., Vrba, J. and Christenhusz, M.J.M. 2017. European Red List of Lycopods and Ferns. Brussels, Belgium: IUCN. iv + 59 pp.
You can download it in the IUCN website – https://portals.iucn.org/library/node/46931
The last week the Hungarian capital was the main botanical city in Europe, because Budapest was hosted the 3rd Conference of Eastern and Central European Botanic Gardens from 9 to 11 October 2017. Unfortunately, I don’t have detailed information about the event and its fruitful work; however I would like to share my impressions from visits to the Eötvös Loránd University Botanic Garden and the Buda Arboretum of Szent István University in the end of July 2017.
Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine, lives only news from Eurovision song contest during the last days. But Ukrainian botanists didn’t have right to forget very important date – 150th years from birthday of the famous botanist, Academician Oleksandr Vasyliovych (Aleksandr Vasiljevich) Fomin, who was a co-founder the Academy of Sciences in Ukraine, Ukrainian and Russian Botanical Societies as well as to made very important contribution in investigation of East European and Caucasian flora. So, today the solemn meeting held in the Botanical Garden of the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, which named in a honor of the well-known scientist. Continue reading
Moldova is a small country which is located not so far from the geographic center of Europe. However, it is enough hard to find modern botanical information about it, even in Wikipedia. Therefore, a group of Ukrainian botanists under egids of the green touristic project “Explore with us” has decided to visit the neighboring country for receiving of own impressions about Moldavian botanical gardens, parks and some natural areas. Today we would like to share our pictures and notes from a short trip to Moldova in pages of the Global Botanical Portal.
Fritillaria species are one from the most beautiful spring plants in Ukraine. Every April they give happiness to people, decorating our forests and meadows by fantastic blooming. So, the Global Botanical Portal wasn’t able to leave these plants without special attention.