TCi is delighted to have been accepted onto the Biosphere Business Partner Scheme
North Devon Biosphere is one of just 714 worldwide reserves across 129 countries, 7 of which are in the UK. It stretches from the North-Western tip of Devon across to Lynton in the East and from Lundy down to the top of Dartmoor, with its core centred on Braunton Burrows – a sand dune system designated as a Special Area of Conservation (SAC) and a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).
Becoming a Partner involves identifying a number of operational commitments that will directly impact the local environment.
TCi has committed to actively engage in conservation, local development and awareness-raising activities, promoting and participating in events with other businesses and biosphere partners. The partnership forms part of TCi’s wider Sustainability Charter which will guide investment in sustainability practices for the present and future of the company, its clients and suppliers.
TCi is proud to be listed in the BBP Network Directory
North Devon Biosphere Reserve
The North Devon Biosphere is a place where people and nature come together in our world-class environment of dunes, grassland and moors, towns and villages, and coast and sea.
About UNESCO’s Man and the Biosphere (MAB) programme:
The MAB programme is an intergovernmental scientific programme that aims to establish a scientific basis for enhancing the relationship between people and their environments. It combines the natural and social sciences with a view to improving human livelihoods and safeguarding natural and managed ecosystems, thus promoting innovative approaches to economic development that are socially and culturally appropriate and environmentally sustainable.