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UNESCO Program on Man and the Biosphere (MAB) develops the basis, within the natural and the social sciences, for the sustainable use and conservation of biological diversity, and for the improvement of the relationship between people and their environment globally. The MAB Programme encourages interdisciplinary research, demonstration and training in natural resource management. MAB contributes thus not only to better understanding of the environment, including global change, but to greater involvement of science and scientists in policy development concerning the wise use of biological diversity.


National Parks

Unesco Man and BiosphereEuropean Charter for Sustainable Tourism in Protected AreasAppennino Tosco-Emiliano26.149 ha
Unesco Man and BiosphereEuropean Charter for Sustainable Tourism in Protected AreasArcipelago Toscano56.776 ha
Unesco World HeritageUnesco Man and BiosphereEuropean Geoparks NetworkEuropean Charter for Sustainable Tourism in Protected AreasCilento, Vallo di Diano e Alburni181.048 ha
Unesco Man and BiosphereCirceo8.484 ha
Unesco Man and BiosphereEuropean Charter for Sustainable Tourism in Protected AreasSila73.695 ha
Unesco Man and BiosphereEuropean Geoparks NetworkEuropean Charter for Sustainable Tourism in Protected AreasVal Grande15.000 ha
Unesco Man and BiosphereVesuvio8.482 ha

Regional Parks

Unesco World HeritageUnesco Man and BiosphereEuropean Geoparks NetworkEuropean Charter for Sustainable Tourism in Protected AreasAdamello Brenta62.052 ha
Unesco Man and BiosphereCampo dei Fiori6.300 ha
Unesco Man and BiosphereCollina di Superga746 ha
Unesco World HeritageUnesco Man and BiosphereDelta del Po Emilia-Romagna53.653 ha
Unesco Man and BiosphereDelta del Po veneto12.592 ha
Unesco Man and BiosphereThe European Diploma of Protected AreasMigliarino San Rossore Massaciuccoli23.115 ha
Unesco Man and BiosphereValle del Ticino Lombardo91.800 ha
Unesco Man and BiosphereValli del Cedra e del Parma (dei Cento Laghi)1.485 ha
Unesco Man and BiosphereValle del Ticino6.561 ha

Marine Protected Areas

Unesco Man and BiosphereMiramare - Golfo di Trieste30 ha

Regional Nature Reserves

Unesco Man and BiosphereArrivore e Colletta208 ha
Unesco Man and BiosphereBosco del Vaj72 ha
Unesco Man and BiosphereConfluenza del Maira178 ha
Unesco Man and BiosphereConfluenza dell'Orco e del Malone302 ha
Unesco Man and BiosphereConfluenza della Dora Baltea1.568 ha
Unesco Man and BiosphereIsolotto del Ritano237 ha
Unesco Man and BiosphereLanca di S.Marta e Confluenza del Banna164 ha
Unesco Man and BiosphereLanca di San Michele162 ha
Unesco Man and BiosphereLe Vallere130 ha
Unesco Man and BiosphereMeisino e Isolone di Bertolla245 ha
Unesco Man and BiosphereMolinello242 ha
Unesco Man and BiosphereMulino Vecchio190 ha
Unesco Man and BiosphereOasi del Po Morto490 ha
Unesco Man and BiosphereRupe di Campotrera42 ha

National Nature Reserves

Unesco Man and BiosphereCollemeluccio347 ha
Unesco Man and BiosphereGuadine Pradaccio289 ha
Unesco Man and BiosphereLamarossa167 ha
Unesco Man and BiosphereMontedimezzo291 ha
Unesco Man and BiosphereOrecchiella218 ha
Unesco Man and BiospherePania di Corfino135 ha

Other Protected Areas

Unesco Man and BiosphereEuropean Charter for Sustainable Tourism in Protected AreasRete di Riserve Alpi Ledrensi1.000 ha
Unesco Man and BiosphereFascia fluviale del Po - tratto Cuneese7.780 ha


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