East Atlantic Biosphere Reserve Network

© Antonio Abreu.
XII International Meeting of the East Atlantic Biosphere Reserve Network (REDBIOS)

The East Atlantic Biosphere Reserve Network (REDBIOS) was created in 1994. It comprises the Canary Islands (Spain), Cape Verde, Guinea Bissau, Madeira and Azores (Portugal), Mauritania, Morocco, Sao Tomé and Principe, and Senegal.

The network fulfils an interregional mandate in enabling countries from the Macaronesian Region to co-operate and to exchange their experiences.

NEWS

03.10.2014 REDBIOS Network, knowledge transfer and collaborative partnerships in the Macaronesian Region

23.04.2013 Eleventh International Meeting of the East Atlantic Biosphere Reserve Network (REDBIOS)

07.02.2011  Report on the Ninth Meeting (only in Spanish)

27.01.2011 - REDBIOS to analize biosphere reserves, environmental development, green economy and cultural diversity.

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