Latest news from UNESCO Biosphere Isle of Man.

Latest News

controlling heather on uplands to keep age variety and bale heather to help block drains to keep peat in good condition

Moorland Management in action

This is great example of upland management, keeping our uplands in great shape for wildlife and people, it is a managed landscape

Thank you to Beach Buddies volunteers

Beach Buddies - Happy Christmas

What a great community initiative to keep our beaches looking great, amazing results all year round

wind turbines at sea

Offshore Renewables

there is scope in the Isle of Man's 4,000 sq kilometres of territorial waters for offshore wind, tidal and marine current options


Hop tu naa is the real Hallowe’en!

Hop tu naa is the real Hallowe’en!

House iimage

Updated building regulations

Updated Building Regulations coming into force at the start of October will improve energy efficiency and workmanship.

Prize winners

Isle of Man Energy Awards 2014

Awards for recognising the achievements of local private and public sector organisations for energy efficiency and reducing their energy consumption and associated costs.

School children

Schoolchildren to help biosphere bid

Peel Clothworkers' Primary School is the first school Biosphere Vannin partner.

Biosphere Vannin photo competition

Annie Eastham wins the photo competition for the Isle of Man's bid for UNESCO biosphere status.


Isle of Man UNESCO bid images to be exhibited

Photography exhibition at the Sayle Gallery.


Presentation about the Island's united nations biosphere project

Presentation by Professor Bridgewater, a former secretary of UNESCO’s Man and the Biosphere programme who now lives in the Isle of Man.

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