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Issue 4 of the People and Plants Handbook in English will be available for distribution soon, and you may request a copy with the following form. Please note that Issues 1, 2 and 3 are now out of print in English, but are available along with other publications on People and Plants Online. Issue 4 of the Handbook will be available soon on this Website. We have now translated Issues 1, 2 and 3 of the Handbook into Spanish (under the name of Cuadernos de Pueblos y Plantas), and these have been distributed to Spanish-speaking colleagues who are in the directories of the People and Plants Initiative, the Grupo Etnobotánico Latinoamericano (GELA) and other organizations.

We are in the process of editing the People and Plants directory, which now contains nearly 4500 individuals and institutions. In the future, we will send the Handbook and People and Plants Working Papers only to colleagues who specifically request to receive these publications. If you wish to remain an active member of the People and Plants Network, please let us know by post, e-mail or by using the following form. If you can access People and Plants publications easily on the Internet, please consider not requesting printed versions.

The People and Plants Initiative, which began in 1992, will come to an end on 31 December 2000. However, representatives of the three coordinating institutions – WWF, UNESCO and the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew – are considering ways of carrying on the People and Plants legacy. One of the options is to keep producing the People and Plants Handbook, Working Papers and People and Plants Online. Please let us know if you have any comments on the desirability of continuing these publications and the Website after the year 2000.

Before the end of next year, we plan to produce several more issues of the Handbook and Working Papers, so please let us know as soon as possible if you wish to keep receiving our publications.

If you have difficulties using the following form, please answer by sending an e-mail to Fatima Zahmoun or mailing the information in the following form to: Fatima Zahmoun, People and Plants Initiative, B.P. 262, Marrakesh-Medina, Morocco.





I would like to receive a copy of Issue 4 the People and Plants Handbook in English

Yes  No

I would like to receive future issues of the People and Plants Handbook in:


Spanish (Cuadernos de Pueblos y Plantas)

I would like to continue receiving People and Plants Working Papers in:


Spanish (if available)

I no longer wish to receive printed versions of any People and Plants publications, because:

I will access them on the Internet, as needed

I am no longer interested.

Please feel free to comment on the style, layout and content of any of our publications or website, and the desirability of continuing to produce them after the year 2000:


My name, postal address, telephone, fax, e-mail and website:

have not changed recently, and do not need updating

should be updated as follows:

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