Science reports

Here you can find a range of Kew's scientific reports including our Science Strategy and output reports from our research projects and programmes of work

Reports lined up
  • Hands holding coffee plant saplings

    Kew and the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation

    Find out how Kew is contributing to and achieving the targets of the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation.

    Download as PDF
  • Vegetation on a hill slightly on fire

    Kew Science Impact 2012-2018

    Explore 20 case studies that demonstrate our scientific research and its impact.

    Download as PDF
  • An artist look at seeds against a black backdrop

    Kew Science Strategy 2015-2020

    Our scientific vision is to document and understand global plant and fungal diversity and its uses, bringing authoritative expertise to bear on the critical challenges facing humanity today.

    Read our Science Strategy
  • Acacia dealbata cross section imaged using 5X objective lens

    Science Collections Strategy 2018-2028

    For the first time in Kew’s history, there is a formal strategy to set out a framework for managing, developing and providing greater access to the science collections over the next decade.

    Read our Collections Strategy
Fungi growing in the ground

State of the World's Plants and Fungi

These reports highlight just how important plants and fungi are to all life on Earth.

Read the reports

Project reports and outputs

  • Red and green berries in the palm of a hand.

    Coffee Farming and Climate Change in Ethiopia

    Summary report outlining a climate-resilient coffee economy strategy for Ethiopia.

    View in our Research Repository
  • Plants among mountsains

    Colombian resources for plants made accessible

    Making information on the rich diversity of Colombian flowering plant species available through a single online portal, ColPlantA.

    View in our Research Repository
  • Grasses and savannas of Madagascar

    Madagascar grass atlas

    A reference document on the distribution of Poaceae in Madagascar for decision-makers, researchers and managers of protected areas in Madagascar. 

    View in our Research Repository
  • Collecting Kalahari truffles in Botswana

    Wild Plants for a Sustainable Future: 110 Multipurpose Species

    Promoting the conservation and sustainable use of wild multipurpose species in conservation, agriculture and forestry projects.

    View in our Research Repository

Plant and Fungal Trees of Life (PAFTOL) annual reports