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Consider ways to improve communication with government and other CBD stakeholders, for example by hosting visits and participating in stakeholder meetings. • Take opportunities to participate in the national delegation to CBD meetings (such as SBSTTA). • Does your country have a GSPC National Focal Point? If not, and your garden is very active in plant conservation measures at a national level, consider offering to become the GSPC NFP. • Does your country have a GTI National Focal Point? If not, and your garden has a strong taxonomic research programme, consider offering to become the GTI NFP.

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IUCN Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, United Kingdom. Reference guide to the original text of the CBD, providing background and rationales for the Articles. , Davis, K. & Cheyne, P. 2006. The CBD for Botanists: an introduction to the Convention on Biological Diversity for people working with botanical collections. Version 2. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, United Kingdom. html. A guide and training presentation that introduces the CBD, outlines its relevance to botanical collections and offers suggestions for practical implementation, with a substantial resources section including references to codes of conduct for ABS and traditional knowledge.

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