UNESCO has approved the widening of the Biosphere Reservation of Galapagos

Published on July 01, 2019
The Galapagos reserve has now been broadened to 14.6 million hectares, making it one of the biggest marine-life preservation areas in the world. The Biosphere Reservation created in 1984 originally included an area of about 772 ,000 hectares of land. The International Council for Coordination of the “Man and the Biosphere Program,“ approved this enlargement. […]

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