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"Laa mie! (Good day!)  I'm Eco-Mann!
I'm here to help you learn all about looking after your environment both on the Isle of Man and throughout the world.
This website is full of information to help you do just that and I'll be popping up along the way to make sure you don't miss the best bits!


Just click on any of the tabs along the top of this page to get started!  
Or check out the latest Eco news below!  Have fun!"

WHAT"S HOT!

  • UNESCO Biosphere News The Isle of Man has been officially recognised as "one of the best places in the world" to explore nature.The island has been chosen by Unesco as one of ...
    Posted 23 Sep 2016, 08:08 by Jo Callister
  • Prime Minister seal of Approval for Eco Schools! Prime Minister gives Eco-School the seal of approvalToday the Prime Minister, Theresa May, raised a Green Flag at a Maidenhead school and learned about the world’s largest ...
    Posted 23 Sep 2016, 08:02 by Jo Callister
  • Manx Wildlife Trust "Wave Goodbye to Waste" Campaign Entries can be sent or hand delivered to Dawn Dickens, Manx Wildlife Trust, 7-8 Market Place, Peel or by email to dawn@manxwt.org.uk. Please keep file sizes ...
    Posted 28 Apr 2015, 02:05 by Jo Callister
  • Beach Buddies Visitor Centre THE Steam Packet Company has teamed up with beach cleaning group Beach Buddies for the opening of the charity’s visitor centre at Niarbyl. The company has made a donation ...
    Posted 16 Apr 2015, 02:43 by Jo Callister
  • It's Fairtrade Fortnight! http://www.oneworldcentreiom.org/2015/02/23/hooray-its-fairtrade-fortnight/Tea, coffee, sugar – where do you source your school supplies?  These are all crops which can’t be grown ...
    Posted 3 Mar 2015, 07:17 by Jo Callister
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This site has been put together by the Department of Infrastructure in conjunction with the Department of Education and Children and is organised into the nine topics areas of the Eco Schools programme.
The aim of the site is to try and gather all resources in one place so that they can easily be found and used to support the teaching of environmental issues within schools. Most resources are from different organisations and websites and are not the property or creation of DEC or DOI. In all cases the source for each page has been referenced with a link.