As of July 2006, there are 482
biosphere reserves in 102 countries. To find out more
about how the biosphere reserve concept is being put
into practice around the world, visit the
Canadian biosphere representatives
have visited biosphere reserves around the world, and,
likewise, representatives from those biosphere reserves
have traveled to Canada to share ideas and stories.
**To biosphere reserve members:
Please send us your stories about your travels to
biosphere reserves in countries other than Canada. Or,
if you were a visitor to Canadian biosphere reserves
from abroad, we are very interested in your impressions
and experiences. What are the similarities and
differences between Canadian biosphere reserves and ones
you are familiar with elsewhere?
You may include any materials that
you would like to share (photos, powerpoint
presentations, descriptions of your impressions of the
site, what you did and what you learned, etc.).
International Biosphere Reserve Case Studies: