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A biosphere reserve is a place selected by UNESCO to be part of their program created in 1971 “Man and Biosphere (MAB)”.
It promotes ecological diversity and associates cultural values by involving local populations and adopting an appropriate scientific approach. Biosphere reserves are all linked by a global network. They are coworking places to raise awareness, exchange knowledge, experiment, and research. They contribute to the implementation of The United Nation’s sustainable development goals set for 2030.
3 goals Biosphere’s goals
- To save the biodiversity of a unique environment
- To developpe sustainable economic solutions taking in account sociocultural and environmental factors
- Logistic and scientific support, research, raising awareness
Being a part of unesco’s program is belonging to a dynamic global network, seeking a better human-nature relationship.
The MAB global Network of Biosphere Reserves is an energetic and interactive network of sites of excellence. Fontainebleau-Gâtinais Biosphere promotes the exchange of knowledge and proper behaviours. The MAB network gets wider each passing year by creating other Biospheres.