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Georgia

UNESCO Chair on Biosphere Reserves (434), established in 1999 at the Georgian State Agrarian University , (Georgia)
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Fields / Disciplines

Ecology; Environment.


Objectives
  • To conduct interdisciplinary training and research activities which promote the principles of the Seville Strategy and the statutory framework for the World Network for Biosphere Reserves of UNESCO's MAB Programme.

  • To organize activities such as expert round tables, consultations amongst representatives of government administrations, local authorities, landowners, nature protection associations, etc. with the aim of establishing area(s) as a potential biosphere reserve in Georgia.

  • To advise on the preparation of the biosphere reserve nomination form for submission to UNESCO.

  • To advise on the preparation and implementation of a management plan for site(s) identified as potential biosphere reserve(s).

  • To advise on and promote regional co-operation on ecosystem management as appropriate through trans boundary biosphere reserves.

  • To advise on and promote co-operation amongst biosphere reserves within the European region, for example through participation in the work of the EuroMAB network of biosphere reserves.

Host Institution

Georgian State Agrarian University. Website


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Natural Sciences

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