Guided tour in the Botanical Garden - climate, sustainability and conservation (in English)

This guided tour is part of The Natural History Museum of Denmarks contribution to the Live like tomorrow climate festival activities for the C40 World Mayors Summit.

Plants are a vital part of the world’s biological diversity and an essential resource for the planet. Plants maintain the Earth’s environmental balance and ecosystem stability as well as providing habitats for the world’s animal life. Furthermore thousands of wild plants have great economic and cultural importance, providing food, medicine, fuel, clothing and shelter around the world.

The Botanical Garden in Copenhagen, part of The Natural History Museum of Denmark, holds the largest Danish collection of living plants. The collections are supporting research into biodiversity and sustainability and contributing to conservation of plants and fungi, both nationally and globally.

At this guided tour you will experience the outdoor garden collections and the greenhouses with tropical and subtropical plant collections. You will also get to see some of the gardens special collections with endangered plant species. Note: registration via link necessary.

Practical information

The tour is generously sponsored by University of Copenhagen.
There is a limit of 25 participants.
Get your free ticket here - first come first serve. - The tickets are released tuesday the 10th of september 12.00.
Ticket must be shown at arrival.

Meeting point
The main entrance to the Botanical Garden (near Nørreport station), by the Botanical Garden Shop, Gothersgade 128, 1123 København K
The guided tour will start on time. Late arrivals will not be able to join the tour.