The Island hosted a swift and urban biodiversity expert in July, supported by the Manx Ornithological Society and the Department of Environment, Food and Agriculture.
In a series of article in Manx Life magazine, produced by Mannin Media, authors from different walks of Manx life write about what makes the Isle of Man special to them. The July 2018 article is penned by long haul airline pilot Charles Price.
Entries are invited for the first UNESCO Biosphere Isle of Man Awards, with categories for Energy, Economic Sustainability, Environment and Education/public awareness.
Scouts, Cubs and Beavers in the Isle of Wight will fly the Manx flag at a Biosphere-themed Mardi Gras Carnival on Saturday (30th June).
Lara Howe, the Marine Officer for the Manx Wildlife Trust, is attempting a single-use plastics-free June. Here is how she is getting on.
A generous gift is reacquainting primary school pupils with 'lost' nature words.
In the latest in a series of articles in Manx Life, Roseanna Dale writes about why the Isle of Man is so special to her.
Rowan Henthorn, a marine scientist from the Isle of Man, is taking part in the eXXpedition and joining an all-female crew crossing the North Pacific Gyre to study the effect plastics are having on marine life.
The Isle of Man Wind Orchestra (IoMWO) is celebrating its 20th anniversary in style on the 3rd of July with a gala concert at St Ninian's Church in Douglas. The concert will feature the world premiere of a new composition which is inspired by the Isle of Man.
Children of Years 5 & 6 from St Johns School joined forces with Bill Dale from Beach Buddies on a community litter pick around St John's village and a beach clean at Balleira Beach, Kirk Michael. The children know all about the dangers of plastics in the environment so were keen to take part.