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A.-P. de Candolle: une passion, un Jardin
 
Murs sanctuaires
Murs Sanctuaires
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Flore en Ville : a new publication to inspire the discovery of the flora in City of Geneva
Flore en Ville
a new publication to inspire the discovery of the flora in City of Geneva
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Liste Rouge des plantes vasculaires de Genève
Liste Rouge des plantes vasculaires de Genève:
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Atlas de la flore du canton de Genève
Atlas de la flore du canton de Genève
Catalogue analytique et distribution de la flore spontanée
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Conservation des plantes vasculaires du
canton de Genève: espèces et sites prioritiares
Conservation des plantes vasculaires du canton de Genève:
espèces et sites prioritaires
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Personne de contact:

Raoul Palese
(chef d'unité)
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Conservatoire et Jardin botaniques de la Ville de Genève


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Geneva a sustainable city
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Geneva a sustainable city

The Red List - in french
Priority List (Canton of Geneva) - in french
Priority List (Communes of Geneva's Canton) - in french
Geneva a sustainable city

Les Falaises de Saint Jean

Within the framework of a policy where the notions of environment and of society are at the centre of things, on September 24th, 2010 the City of Geneva signed the Engagements d’Aalborg, a real European repository of durable-development cities. These commitments list a series of objectives to be achieved in domains as different as governance, consumption, mobility and environmental protection.

Having drawn up an inventory of durable development activities within its territory, the City of Geneva drafted a strategic programme, with 13 priority objectives, which will be implemented in coordinated actions during years 2011-2014; objective n°5 - "Biodiversity" proposes that the City of Geneva develop its natural spaces and quality habitats to increase biodiversity.

This richness has recently been confirmed by the publication of two studies, the Atlas de la flore du canton de Genève and the Liste des sites et espèces de plantes vasculaires prioritaires du canton de Genève, which confirm that the City of Geneva, despite much urbanization, remains a municipality which, even today, houses a certain number of sites and botanical species that one can qualify as priorities.

It is the CJBG, in association with the Musée d’Histoire Naturelle (MHN), the Service des Espaces Verts (SEVE) and the service de l’urbanisme (URB), which will handle the implementation of objective n°5 - "Biodiversity" by undertaking:

Objectives of the CJB for 2011:

Gagea villosa