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Biosphere Reserves in Austria - Grundlagenerhebung und Stand der Forschung
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Biosphere Management/Community Assistance Sustainable Development
The Entlebuch region has been working for a number of years on pooling different activities in a variety of sectors and on developing a common objective. A milestone was reached when the region was accepted as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 2002. As part of the DYNALP project the management of the UNESCO Biosphere Entlebuch (UBE) is pursuing a project designed to promote the population's awareness of an active, future-oriented and sustainable development. Its aim is to facilitate co-ordination and assist the transfer of know-how to the individual communities and through to the population itself.
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EDUMAT - Learning materials about Biosphere Reserve theme
The Grosses Walsertal is since November 2000 a Biosphere Reserve recognised by UNESCO; since then it has belonged to the global network of model regions for sustainable development. Alongside nature protection, research and environmental education, sustainable development plays a significant role in the Biosphere Reserve. The creation of awareness for a non-destructive approach to resources begins already in the first school years. The Objective of the DYNALP project is to prepare materials and worksheets about the Biosphere Reserve theme for teachers, so that they can be properly included in classes in primary and secondary schools.
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New UNESCO Biosphere Reserves in mountain areas
A total of 23 selected regions and protected areas from 18 countries are to join the global network of biosphere reserves. The decision was taken in Paris at the conference of the International Co-ordinating Council of UNESCO's Man and the Biosphere Programme (MAB).
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UNESCO Biosphere Entlebuch wins TO DO! Award 2008
Every year since 1995 the Institute for Tourism and Development (Studienkreis für Tourismus und Entwicklung) stages its "TO DO!" competition for socially responsible tourism.
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Mountain research in Europe - An Overview of MAB research from the Pyrenees to Siberia
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