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The Periodic Review

The area became a Biosphere in 2009 and under UNESCO’s regulations it must now be subject to a 10 year review in order to retain its status.


The area has witnessed many changes over this period, with new environmental pressures such as climate change, invasive species and diseases to coniferous woodland, through to cuts in public sector budgets.


Download the following documents:

State of the UNESCO Dyfi Biosphere Report 2019 (20MB!)

UNESCO Periodic Review (1.7MB)

Dyfi Forward Look (1.7MB)

Map of the new area (2.9MB)

and have a look at the Dyfi Biosphere StoryMap

Annex 1b: Dyfi Biosphere Overview Zones (2.8MB)

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