| Author||H.P. Noteboom|
|Journal||Flora Malesiana Bulletin|
|Abstract||The IUCN/WWF Plants Conservation Programme 1984 — 1985. World Wildlife Fund chose plants to be the subject of their fund-raising campaign in the period 1984 — 1985. The objectives were to: 1. Use information techniques to achieve the conservation objectives of the Plants Programme – to save plants; 2. Increase public awareness of the importance of plants and plant communities to human welfare; 3. Broaden public perception of WWF as the International Conservation Organization primarily concerned with important environmental issues; 4. Tap new fund-raising and membership sources; 5. Explain the threat to specific plants and plant communities and what WWF and IUCN are doing about it, thereby setting the stage for the intensive fundraising activities that will follow.|
As tropical rain forests are the most endangered plant communities we hope that WWF/IUCN will have great success in this campaign.
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