Learning from each other : Proven good practices in canadian Biosphere Reserves

Content of this publication was developed through the support of a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC Conseil de recherches en sciences humaines du Canada ) Partnership Development Grant awarded to the Canadian Biosphere Reserve Association and Dr. Maureen Reed, University of Saskatchewan. It contains a series of good practices within the canadian Biosphere Reserves network and that, through four main categories :

  • Land management and ecosystem services
  • Sustainable tourism and charters
  • Education

The RMBMU is an example for four practices in the « education » section.

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