BIOM brings together a group of pioneering arts and science initiatives and builds on them to establish new live streams from places of exceptional ecological and acoustic interest:

Working Group

  Biosphere Soundscapes (Brisbane, Australia)
  Locus Sonus (ESAAix, Aix Marseille Univ, CNRS, Marseille, France)
  Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve (Stanford, CA, USA)
  Cyberforest (Tokyo, Japan)
  SoundCamp (London, UK)

Affiliates, Supporters, Expert Associates

- World Network of UNESCO Biosphere Reserves
- UNESCO Man and the Biosphere Program (MAB)
- Balance-Unbalance (conference, platform)
- Sound + Environment (launch partner) with S+E Research Group (Univ of Hull)
- Perspectives on Listening (Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University Dec 2017
- Ecoacoustics 2018 Congress & WFAE 2018 Conference (QUT, Queensland Conservatorium, Brisbane June 2018)
- Streaming Museum, New York (

- SABIOD, CNRS, Univ of Toulon - data analysis
- Centre for Sustainability, Univ of Aberdeen - design and evaluation

In collaboration with BSR's and local partners site by site

- Cumbria Wildlife Trust, South Walney Island, Cumbria
- Octopus Collective, Barrow in Furness, Cumbria
- Shinshu University Institute of Nature Education, Shiga Nature Education Park, Shiga Heights, Nagano
- Weather Report, Jeju Island and Seoul, South Korea (with Jeju Biosphere Reserve and Gotjawal People)
- Noosa Biosphere Reserve, Queensland, Australia
- Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve, Stanford University, Santa Cruz Mountains, California
- Feral Arts, Brisbane, AUS
- Braunton Burrows Biosphere Reserve, North Devon, UK
- South Downs Biosphere Reserve, UK
- University of Hull, UK
- Universidad Autónoma de México
- Forestry Service in the Monarch Butterfly BR, State of Mexico