Our #CloserToNature series of blogs aims to keep us connected with nature this spring and summer while staying at home. Falk Horning, Chair of the Isle of Man Woodland Trust, writes about the rewards he gets from planting and studying trees.
The ongoing COVID-19 crisis, which has witnessed the disruption of global food chains, highlights the importance of local production now more than ever. Solutions discovered here on the Isle of Man during COVID-19 could have lasting benefits for our own food security, economy and the health of our people.
'Although this pandemic has been terrible in many ways, it has also brought people together as a community, which is something that we should recognise.' Billee Saade, fashion lecturer at University College Isle of Man, talks about her pride in Project Scrubs.
The warm spring weather would normally have led to an influx of visitors to the Curraghs Wildlife Park. During closure, park staff teamed up with ex-BBC journalist Mark Edwards from the Cabinet Office Communications Team to show animals' and keepers' activity.
Jewellery maker Claire Pearse's Element.isle collections feature natural objects found on the Isle of Man's beaches and in glens - and even cast in water from local streams. She explains what inspires her work.
Home learning ideas prepared by UNESCO Biosphere Isle of Man that link to the UN's Sustainable Development Goals.
A message from Hon Howard Quayle MHK, Chief Minister of the Isle of Man and Chairman of UNESCO Biosphere Isle of Man.
With its staff working at home, Biosphere Partner Zurich International has loaned its fleet of 10 e-bicycles to another Partner, the Isle of Man Constabulary, to aid officers to get around.
An update on UNESCO Biosphere Isle of Man events affected by Covid-19.
Dr Ken Milne, Director of Energy Policy for the Isle of Man Government, has installed an air source heating pump at his home, benefiting the planet and his pocket. He tells us about it.