The Isle of Man Government has launched a consultation on a new strategy for climate change mitigation 2020-2030.
A competition will encourage young filmmakers to give their ‘take’ on the future of our Island and our planet.
Quality of life, national pride and partnerships recognised in Year of Our Island Photography Competition
An evocative black and white image of Douglas Bay Horse Tramway is the overall winner in the 2018 Year of Our Island photography competition.
Jamie Blair, founder of Biosphere Partner Roots Beverage Co - creator of honey-based drinks - writes about a project to further delve into the health of the bee.
Children are connecting with nature via a Government tree-planting initiative being staged for the 11th time next week.
The Isle of Man is the only entire country to boast UNESCO Biosphere status, reflecting it is a special place for people and nature. In a year-long series of articles, authors from different walks of Manx life offer a personal perspective on #MyBiosphere. This month, Dr Richard Hubbard writes:
Pupils from Laxey Primary School are influencing positive change - in their village and beyond. Teacher Bronwyn Ward explains more.
A former quarry in a Biosphere core area is providing an important habitat for breeding birds following its sensitive restoration. Dave Roberts, DEFA's Development Manager for Energy Policy, explains more.
Shaun Murphy, Property Manager at Manx National Heritage, writes about the importance of the Calf of Man bird observatory, which is 60 year old this year, and some of the many 'firsts' it has recorded.
UNESCO Biosphere Isle of Man was represented at one of the British Isles' leading travel shows.