Latest news from UNESCO Biosphere Isle of Man.

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Eve Adams

Eve Adams' #MyBiosphere

Artist Eve Adams is February's guest author in the #MyBiosphere series that features in Business 365 magazine, published by Mannin Media.

Peter Huber

Zurich International CEO on his company's commitment to sustainability

For this month's Partner profile, Peter Huber, CEO of Zurich International, writes about the company's commitment to sustainable practices.

Velvet Shank

Five fungi to spot in February

February is a great time for fungi spotting. Lydia Riddell, Biodiversity Project Officer at the Department of Environment, Food and Agriculture, tells us about five species to look out for.

The Queen's Pier Restoration Trust workforce

Pier restoration progresses well but support is needed

Biosphere Partner the Queen's Pier Restoration Trust charts its incredible progress restoring the Isle of Man's only surviving Victorian pier and, as phase one of the work nears an end, outlines the support it needs to complete the project.

Olivia Savage

Call to capture the Island through art

In partnership with UNESCO Biosphere Isle of Man, the Isle of Man Arts Council is inviting contributions to Ellyn, a book of contemporary art embodying what is special about the Isle of Man and an accompanying exhibition. We asked Olivia Savage, the Arts Council's graduate intern and the project's creator, to tell us more about it.

The garden takes shape

Community garden to be created for Manor Park School pupils and families

More than 150 young people and their families will benefit from a community garden at a Douglas primary school.

Geoffrey Boot MHK

Planting begins in People's Wood

The first trees have this month been planted in the Isle of Man's People's Wood.

Wendy Shimmin and Leigh Morris

Meet our Island Innovation ambassadors

The Isle of Man now has two representatives on the Island Innovation project, a programme with a mission to drive sustainable change across islands and rural areas around the world.

Shane Lehane

Next in tri-webinar series explores 'Old Ways in New Days'.

The next in a series of webinars presented by the Isle of Man, Kerry and Dublin Bay Biospheres will explore the topic of ‘Old Ways in New Days’.

Big Garden Birdwatch

Join in the RSPB's Big Garden Birdwatch

Join in the RSPB's Big Garden Birdwatch from home this week.

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