Unlike World Natural Heritage sites, where development is severely restricted, biosphere reserves can undergo sustainable development as long as it harmonizes biodiversity conservation and sustainable use of natural resources.
What does WNHS stand for?
WNHS stands for World Natural Heritage Sites
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of WNHS
- Waterloo Natural History Association
- Wheeling National Heritage Area Corporation (Wheeling, WV)
- Western Nevada Home Consortium (Yerington, NV)
- Western Nebraska Home Educators Network
- World Natural Health Organization (Burlington, WA)
- Washington Natural Heritage Program (Washington Department of Natural Resources; Olympia, WA)
- West Newton High School (Pennsylvania)
- Westerville North High School (Ohio)
- Wheaton North High School (Wheaton, IL)
- Williamsville North High School (Williamsville, NY)
- Welsh Network of Healthy School Schemes (UK)
- Watford New Hope Trust (UK)
- Warga Negara Indonesia (Indonesian: Indonesian Citizen)
- Weathernews Incorporated
- Weider Nutrition International, Inc. (Salt Lake City, UT)
- Willamette processor New Instructions (Intel)
- Wireless Networks, Inc.
- Wisconsin Name Index
- Wide-Area Network Interface Co-Processor
- Wireless Network Interface Card (computer networking)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The meeting, to be cosponsored by the UNESCO World Heritage Center, will also focus on how to develop regions where world natural heritage sites are located while preserving the natural environment.
You can find World Natural Heritage sites on a world map, and can view particularly representative natural heritage sites in detailed images.