Canadian Biosphere Reserves Make a Splash In New York And Ottawa

Our biosphere reserves showcase their important activities to decision-makers, at home and abroad.

Throughout the world, the 669 UNESCO biosphere reserves operate as an extensive network of cooperation to achieve the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which Canada has adopted. Biosphere reserves are, in fact, one of the main strategic tools to achieve the SDGs at the local level.

To learn more, read the entire article on the Canadian Commission for UNESCO website.

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A photo of boats at Alma Warf in the Southwest Nova Biosphere Region.