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Post Facebook THE GARDEN'S  SECRETS
Enjoy the spring weather and come discover the Rockeries' colourful blooms.
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NEWS
Scenery with a river and long thin trees in the background
 Genève Grandeur
 Nature
 Along the Laire river
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drawing of puzzle pieces coming together to depict a boy and different animals, plants, insects and so on, thus illustrating biodiversity
 The CJBG join the
 Global coalition
 #UnitedforBiodiversity
 to raise awareness
 towards the biodiversity
 crisis
 Learn more here
 Read the press release
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Two new species of ferns discovered in Geneva
 2 new species of ferns
 discovered in Geneva
 by our colleagues
 Gwénolé Blanchet and
 Frédéric Sandoz !
 Lire l'article.
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Taxon article 26 November
 The history of World
 Flora Online and the
 importance of this
 collaborative project.
 Read the article
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Plan Biodiversité 2020-2023
 The 2020-2023 Biodi-
 versity Plan approuved
 by the State Council.
 The CJBG greatly
 contributed to the
 objectives' definition
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DISCOVER THE
 GREENHOUSES
Tropical plants and leaves in a greenhouse
 Our greenhouses are
 closed but you can still
 discover them virtually!
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According to the decisions taken by the authorities, the Botanical Garden, the Botanic Shop and the Library including the "Carl von Martius" Exhibition are reopen. However, the Greenhouses and the Restaurant remain closed.
Read the
CJBG Protection plan
 
Intro video - in French
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info.swisscovery@ville-ge.ch
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Visit the City of Geneva's webite
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Press room:

Press release

Le Temps, 06.12.2020,
Etienne Meyer-Vacherand.
Petite révolution pour les bibliothèques suisses (in French)
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Conservatoire et Jardin botaniques de la Ville de Genève


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New online catalogue for the 11 scientific and heritage libraries of the City of Geneva

NEW CATALOGUE FROM DECEMBER 7

On December 7, 2020, the 11 scientific and heritage libraries of Geneva have switched to a new online catalogue! The former catalogue RERO Explore has been shut down. All library resources are now accessible through the swisscovery City of Geneva research portal, comprising nearly 500 Swiss libraries.

Libraries: Geneva Library, The Musicale of the Geneva Library, Musée Voltaire of the Geneva Library, Art and Archaelogy Library, Botanical Conservatory and Garden Library of Geneva, Musée Ariana Library, Libraries of the Natural History Museum and the Scientific History Museum, MEG Library, Reference Library Contemporary Art Fund of Geneva, Archives of the City of Geneva

NEW SERVICES

• A new and modern research tool;
• Access to the collections of more than 500 scientific libraries in Switzerland
- more than 30 million books, journals, e-books, digital articles and other types of documents;
• Book and document pick-up service at the library of your choice.

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REGISTRATIONS

To access the swisscovery City of Geneva catalogue, registration on the platform is required for all users. For data protection purposes, users of the former platform RERO Explore have to register again.

Registration support is available at each of the 11 libraries or via e-mail.