The Klorane Institute is inviting younger generations to play an active role in their future as part of its Botany for Change initiative. A great opportunity for students in botany, horticulture, architecture and landscaping to express their creativity, demonstrate their know-how and share their passion for plants with the general public.
A new international partnership has formed in order to enhance and promote greater knowledge of Argentina’s medicinal flora and implement ex and in situ conservation measures.
A discovery trail was created for children, in collaboration with the Singapore Botanic gardens: a fun experience to stir up a passion for plants as a key issue in society and to build awareness among little ones about the importance of the plant world.
Eryngium alpinum, commonly known as alpine sea holly, is one of the species typically found in the Alps.
It grows in France, Switzerland, Austria and Italy, but – through constant decline – it has reached critical levels. In the past two decades, about two-thirds of the species has disappeared.
"La grand muraille verte, des arbres contre le désert."
The Klorane Institute is committed to a partnership with CNRS as part of the African programme to fight against desertification and poverty in the Sahel: the Great Green Wall.