The Global Tree Assessment is managed and coordinated by Botanic Gardens Conservation International (BGCI) working with the IUCN Species Survival Commission’s Global Tree Specialist Group (GTSG). The GTSG has over 80 tree experts from countries all around the world who are contributing information and carrying out species assessments.
Various organisations which contribute to the overall goals of the Global Tree Assessment are assessing tree species independently for submission to IUCN. BGCI and GTSG are directly facilitating other organisations to submit IUCN Red List assessments for trees. Partners include:
The GTA would not be possible without support and input of the partners listed above and contributions from many other experts and institutions including the following which will be highlighted as the Assessment progresses.
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