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Case study at Mohammed V University developed with the support of the Edu-BioMed project

The UNESCO website gives us an explanation of biosphere reserves, indicating that they are “places of learning for sustainable development”. hey are sites for testing interdisciplinary approaches to understanding and managing changes and interactions between social and ecological systems, including conflict prevention and management of biodiversity. They are places that provide local solutions to global […]

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Edu-BioMed at the Virtual Fair of the Capacity Building in Higher Education

On October 26th and 27th, 2021 it will be held the Capacity Building in Higher Education (CBHE) Virtual Fair, an online event aiming to raise awareness on how results of CBHE projects can improve the Higher Education sector in the Partner countries. During the two days about 100 CBHE projects from all regions of the […]

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Back to Roots: Nutrition, Terroir & food safety

A team from the Nutrition Department at the Saint Joseph University of Beirut, led by Cynthia Helou – Senior Lecturer – Head of the Food Technology Master and Tatiana Papazian – Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Pharmacy and licensed dietitian – conducted fieldworks in thirteen guesthouses of two Lebanese Biosphere Reserves: Jabal Moussa and […]

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RBA field trip of the LERMA-UCA team

As part of the Edu-BioMed project, two professors and two students from the LERMA team, from the Cadi Ayyad Marrakech University, participated in a scientific field trip in the regions of Agadir, Tiznit, Arbaa Sahel, Sidi Ifni Ameln and Tafraout. This field trip, which took place from April 1 to 5, 2021, had the objectives […]

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The Biosphere Reserve of the Arganeraie: workfield for doctoral researches

Following a first field visit held on the end of October and beginning of November 2020, Hala Idrassen and Salma El Ghiouan, Doctoral Students at the University Cadi Ayyad of Marrakech have conducted a five weeks field work in the territory of the Biosphere Reserve of the Arganeraie to develop their Doctoral thesis. Hala Idrassen […]

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Edu-BioMed at Journés d’étude internationales “Education, Territoires et Environnements au temps de l’anthropocène”, June 17th&18th, 2021

Edu-BioMed project will be presented on June 17th & 18th, 2021 on the occasion of the journées d’études internationales « Education, Territoires, et Environnements au temps de l’Anthropocène » organised by the Unité Mixte de Recherche LISA of the Université de Corse. The event will be held at the premises of the Université de Corse and it […]

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Re-connecting Tourism with the biosphere: a Mediterranean perspective

The Biosphere Reserve of Jabal Moussa and the Biosphere Reserve of the Arganeraie took part on May 19, 2021 in the online workshop Re-connecting Tourism with the Biosphere: a Mediterranean perspective. The workshop organised by UNIMED in the framework of the project Sustainable Tourism (co-funded by the InterregMED programme) brought together 4 speakers and more […]

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Edu-BioMed on “Lebanon with a Twist”: an interview to Prof. Salma Talhouk

On April 19, 2021, Prof. Salma Talhouk, from the American University of Beirut, has been interviewed within the program “Lebanon with a Twist”. The Edu-BioMed project, the application that the American University of Beirut is developing and the topic of citizen science have been the focus of the interview. “Lebanon with a Twist” is a […]

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A social media campaign to raise the knowledge about the Biosphere Reserves

The Nature Conservation Center at the American University of Beirut, partner of the Edu-BioMed project, and “Fondation Diane” a Lebanese NGO that promotes civic awareness and eco-sustainable development, have developed Daskara, a free phone application. Daskara, which means Authentic Village, connects explorers and tourists to diverse localities throughout the country to find new cultural experiences, […]

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Master’s Programme ‘Biosphere Reserves Management’ at Eberswalde University for Sustainable Development in Germany: Apply by May 1st, 2021

“Learning to manage people and nature for a sustainable future in model regions worldwide!” –  This in short is the aim of the Master’s Programme ‘Biosphere Reserves Management’ at Eberswalde University for Sustainable Development in Germany. The international study programme will start its second course in September 2021. Teaching language is English. If you are […]

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