by: Paul Little, GIS team blog
08 May 2013
Kew photographer Paul Little has just returned from accompanying a field trip to the Highlands of Ethiopia to research the impact of climate change on the vital coffee crop. Read part two of his diary of the trip.
by: Lorna Cahill, Library, Art and Archives blog
19 Mar 2013
To celebrate the bicentenary of African explorer David Livingstone, the Archives team reveal his connection to Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, and how you can see more of his letters online.
Since the advent of intensive agriculture mankind has relied on fewer and fewer plant species for food. Using examples from around the world, this talk examines some key solutions being developed for long term food security.
21 Feb 2013
A new initiative aims to ensure the survival of 900 plant species in six Mediterranean islands.
12 Feb 2013
A new online tool to help with Red List assessments
by: Wolfgang Stuppy, Millennium Seed Bank blog
20 Sep 2012
Here comes a slightly different 'Seed of the Month' blog by the Millennium Seed Bank's Seed Morphologist, Wolfgang Stuppy, in which he explains why saving seeds is more than just a good idea!
by: Jenny Williams, GIS team blog
24 May 2012
Find out how Kew's GIS unit used remote sensing and field work to produce vegetation maps for the Harapan Rainforest Project.
by: Marie Briggs, GIS team blog
27 Jan 2012
Kew's GIS and South East Asia team report from the forests of Sumatra. This is the first of their posts.