Biosphere Reserves are areas designated under UNESCO's Man and the Biosphere (MAB) Programme to serve as places to test different approaches to integrated management of terrestrial, freshwater, coastal and marine resources and biodiversity. Biosphere Reserves are thus sites for experimenting with and learning about sustainable development.
1. Kozjansko & Obsotelje (Slovenia).
2. Kafa (Ethiopia).
3. Yayu (Ethiopia).
4. Dena (Iran).
5. Naha-Metzabok (Mexico).
6. Los Volcanos (Mexico).
7. Maria’s Island (Mexico).
8. Ometepe Island (Nicaragua).
9. Oxapampa-Ashaninka-Yanesha (Peru).
10. Tuchola Forest (Poland).
11. Gwangneung Forest, (Republic of Korea).
12. Lake Vänern Archipelago (Sweden).
13. Middle Zambezi (Zimbabwe).