University College Isle of Man lecturer Dr Christa McCartney has a chapter included in a new encyclopaedia about the UN Sustainable Development Goals. She explains more.
Angie Aire MBE, of Breast Cancer Now, is March's guest author in the #MyBiosphere series of articles in Business 365, published by Mannin Media.
Five friends are selling WaxyWraps, a low-cost alternative to traditional plastic food packaging as they compete in Junior Achievement Isle of Man's Company Challenge. They tell us what motivates them.
Support is sought for a new haven for birdlife being created on former quarry land at the Point of Ayre. Neil Morris, Managing Director of Manx BirdLife, updates us on the charity's plans and the 'once in a generation' opportunity to get involved.
The ‘Art of Nature’, an exhibition featuring artworks inspired by the Isle of Man’s wildlife and landscapes, opens at the House of Manannan, Peel, on 14th March 2020 and will run over the summer months.
Nikole Cervantes, a Masters student at University College Isle of Man, is carrying out a 10-month research project on how businesses connect with our Biosphere and the benefits that brings.
Connecting people with nature was the aim of an event jointly organised by a UNESCO Biosphere Isle of Man Partner and a long-established charity.
The National Biodiversity Network (NBN) Atlas Isle of Man reached a milestone this month, with its one millionth wildlife record released online.
Ivor Ramsden MBE, Director of the Manx Aviation and Military Museum, is February's guest author in the #MyBiosphere series of articles in Business 365, published by Mannin Media.
Litter has a new enemy in the form of PlasticBusters, which began patrols this year. Founder Jaime Amoedo describes how a charity walk of the Island alerted him to discarded rubbish and prompted him to set up the group.