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Bats and their babies

In the second in a seasonal series of articles about bats by the Manx Bat Group, Nick Pinder tells us about the animals' breeding habits and what goes on in their roosts.

The restoration of Rosehill quarry

A disused quarry that is managed by Biosphere Partner Colas IOM Ltd is a species-rich paradise thanks to sensitive collaborative work by the company, Manx Wildlife Trust (MWT) and the Isle of Man Government. Hannah Midghall of MWT tells us more about this special site.

Pooil Vaaish

Partner profile: Pooil Vaaish

Investment by Biosphere Partner Pooil Vaaish means age-old Manx stone is now fully processed in the Island for showcase projects far afield. We pay a visit for this month's Partner Profile.

SDG Wheel

One World Centre launches responsible consumer art competition

Have you ever thought about how much “stuff” we buy? And whether we really need it? Do you ever think about the impacts all this “stuff” has on the planet and on the people who make it? Could we stop buying and using so much “stuff”, and be more environmentally sustainable in our choices when we do?

Kim Etherton, Chair, Supporters of the Curraghs Wildlife Park

Curraghs Nature Trail created

Kim Etherton, Chair of the Supporters of the Curraghs Wildlife Park, writes about a new nature trail opening this week.

Think B-I-R-D-S

Think B-I-R-D-S when cleaning beaches

The Isle of Man Government and the charity Beach Buddies Isle of Man have teamed up to help minimise the disturbance of nesting birds by people while beach cleaning.

Michelle Stewardson

Michelle Stewardson's #MyBiosphere

Michelle Stewardson, of UNESCO Biosphere Partner Saltworks SUP, is June's guest author in the #MyBiosphere series that features in Business 365 magazine, published by Mannin Media.

Sunstars in Ramsey Bay MNR

Webinar explores marine nature reserves

The Isle of Man’s marine nature reserves are the subject of a webinar being broadcast by UNESCO Biosphere Isle of Man on Monday 21st June.

Litter left in a plantation (3 Pieces of Plastic)

Plea to organisers of sporting events over litter

Organisers of sporting events are asked to encourage participants to respect our UNESCO Biosphere.

By Sean Corlett

'Nature Through a Lens' event showcases Island's natural wonders

Five of the Isle of Man’s most talented photographers will talk about capturing images of nature in an event organised by UNESCO Biosphere Isle of Man.

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