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Together, we need to take actions that help in the protection of the RBIM: the mission of Moroccan Universities

During a three-day field visit March 3-6, 2022, the Moroccan Universities partners of the Edu-BioMed project, Mohammed V of Rabat and Cadi Ayyad of Marrakesh, doctoral students and professors met local actors involved or contributing to the management of the Intercontinental Biosphere Reserves of the Mediterranean (RBIM). The visit aimed to share different opinions about […]

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Edu-BioMed Research database is launched! Discover how to share updated information on Biosphere Reserves!

The Edu-BioMed Research Database released by the project aims to provide a reliable platform where updated information on Biosphere Reserves can be found. The American University of Beirut, partner of the project, has developed this Platform to offer a portal that holds all information related to Biosphere Reserve researchers and their recent work and publications. […]

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Case studies, mobility and field work: some figures of the project

Architecture, Environmental Sciences and Management, Forest fires management, Media studies, Tourism studies, Gender studies, Economics, Engineering, Agriculture, Development studies, Environmental studies, Human Geography, Mycology, Biology, Nutrition studies, Environmental Chemistry, Botany, Landscape design, Agroecology….these are the main disciplines involved in the case studies carried on by students and researchers who have participated in the Mobility plan […]

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Sortie de terrain dans la RB d’Arganeraie à la commune d’Ammelne, organisée par l’Université Cadi Ayyad

L’équipe du Laboratoire des Études sur les Ressources, Mobilités et Attractivité (LERMA) de l’Université Cadi Ayyad de Marrakech a effectué une sortie de terrain dans la Réserve de Biosphère d’Arganeraie à la commune d’Ammelne-Région de Tafraout du 23 au 30 janvier 2022. Cette sortie constitue la continuité des travaux de terrain qui ont commencé le  […]

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The project eBook is out!

For more than 50 years, UNESCO’s MAB (Man and the Biosphere) program has taken on board the principles of articulation between the political, scientific, academic and civic spheres in various territories. The stated objective is to reconcile sustainable development practices at the local or regional level, with the protection of the environment and more specifically […]

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A Project MANIFESTO for an Alliance among Academia and Biosphere Reserves of the Mediterranean Region

Read the MANIFESTO Endorse the MANIFESTO Edu-BioMed project has worked to strengthen, foster and upgrade academic activity at four Moroccan and Lebanese universities in the context of Mediterranean Biosphere Reserves.Learning about Biosphere Reserves is equivalent thus to learn about matters of sustainability: environmental protection, territorial management, sustainable development.Understanding a Biosphere Reserve is to understand issues […]

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Archaeobotany flotation unit: discover the experience and the work of the American University of Beirut

In the framework of the Edu-BioMed project, during 2021, teachers of various departments at American University of Beirut (AUB) focused their academic activities on Biosphere Reserves in Lebanon with the mission to educate the community about the natural environment with which we co-exist. In this regard, Dr. Claire Malleson (from the Department of History & […]

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Edu-BioMed presented to the UNESCO MED Center in Beirut

Last February 25th, 2022, the Lebanese Partners of the Edu-BioMed project American University of Beirut, Association for the Protection of Jabal Moussa, Saint-Joseph University of Beirut and the project coordinator, Autonoma University of Barcelona presented the project and its resuts together with the announcement of the Manifesto to be launched by the project for an […]

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A 3-day field trip in the Biosphere Reserve of Jabal Moussa. Discover the activities of the American University of Beirut’s students

From February 18th to 20th, Dr. Beata Dreksler and 14 students of 2nd and 3rd-year of the American University of Beirut’s Landscape Architecture faculty, participated in a 3-day long field trip to the Jabal Moussa Biosphere Reserve (JMBR) located in Kesrouan District. The activity was a part of the 3-rd year LDEM246 Natural Landscape Design […]

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A Citizens Science App to put citizens, researchers and Biosphere Reserves closer

The Edu-BioMed team is glad to announce that a Citizens Science App to improve and implement the knowledge about the Biosphere Reserves has been released by the project. The American University of Beirut, partner of the project, has developed a Citizens Science App in which citizens, academics, and Biosphere Reserve managing bodies collectively gather data from, and about, various territories. […]

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