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Biosphere Discovery Tours 2017

Explore Dublin Bay Biosphere from a different perspective this summer and discover what makes our UNESCO Biosphere unique. Dublin Bay Biosphere Partnership invites you to hop on board the St…

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Dublin Bay Biosphere Biodiversity Conservation and Research Strategy 2016-2020

The Dublin Bay Biosphere Biodiversity Conservation and Research Strategy 2016-2020 is now available to download on our website. This document sets out the planned biodiversity conservation and related research actions of…

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Expressions of Interest sought for Biosphere Discovery Tours

Dublin Bay Biosphere Partnership is seeking Expressions of Interest from boat operators to facilitate guided Biosphere Discovery Tours of Dublin Bay Biosphere from 2017 to 2019. In 2015, Dublin Bay was awarded Biosphere…

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North Bull Island Volunteer Programme

Dublin City Council is seeking applications from members of the public for a North Bull Island Volunteer Programme.North Bull Island is managed by Dublin City Council, has several nature conservation…

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Consultation on Draft Dublin Bay Biosphere Biodiversity Conservation and Research Strategy 2016-2020

About the strategy A Conservation Working Group was established in September 2015 to actively participate in developing a Biodiversity Conservation and Research Strategy for Dublin Bay Biosphere. This working group brings together…

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Dublin Bay UNESCO Biosphere Conference

Save the date! The "Dublin Bay UNESCO Biosphere Conference: Connecting people and nature" will take place on Wednesday October 26th 2016 at the George Moore Lecture Theatre, Science Centre East, University College Dublin.…

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Wild Postcard Project winners announced!

The winners of the Wild Postcard Project (WPP) have been announced! Kids and teens were invited to participate in a new initiative to raise awareness of Ireland's biodiversity through an…

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Periodic Review Process

Every 10 years, Biospheres are required by UNESCO to submit a document known as a Periodic Review. This involves a review of the functioning of the Biosphere.

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