Nordic Biosphere Reserves
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Nordic Biosphere Reserves

Experiences and Co-operation

The UNESCO biosphere reserve concept is recommended as a working tool for sustainable development and the preservation of biodiversity. In this report experience of the concept from six countries in the Nordic and Baltic countries are compiled, describing various aspects of the concept when it is put into practice. The report also includes results from the NordMAB Conference in North Vidzeme Biosphere Reserve in October 2004 outlining recommendations for future cooperation.

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Nordic Council of Ministers

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The interest and knowledge about the MAB-programme and biosphere reserves has been low in Sweden, although in 1986, Lake Tone Area, Sweden’s first biosphere reserve was established.