Volume III

The International University for the Bio-Environment


Edited by Agni Vlavianos-Arvanitis


Published by the Biopolitics Inernational Organisation B.I.O.

Table of Contents



Bio-Education as a Pathway to Bio-Culture

International University for the Bio-Environment-a New Vision
Agni Vlavianos-Arvanitis

Higher Education and the Bioenvironmental Challenge
Tham Seong Chee

Towards an International University for the Bio-Environment
Necdet Serin

Environmental Codetermination: From the Biopolitics Thesis to Praxis
Climis A. Davos

Stefan Klein

How to Educate People for a Better Attitude Regarding the Bio-Environment
Pia Elena Mihnea

Environmental Education in Modern Society
Jaanus Kiili

Equilibrium Between Natura and Homo & the Leading Role of the I.U.B.E.
Andrew Belkovsky

Education for Survival and a Better World
Stephen Boyden

Bio-Culture, from Mythos to the Present

Biospherical Anthropocentrism: Persisting Development of the Most Advanced Species
Yaman Ors

Ideologies and Ecological Crisis
Megas L. Farantos

Some Approaches to Environmental Issues in Societies of the Past
Richard Witt

Environment East & Environment West: Choices for an Environment Syllabus
David Watts

The Formulation of a Societal Value System for Bios in the Next Millennium
Kumaran Fernando

The Philosophical Quest

Environmental Competence: The New Educational Challenge
Andrew Brennan

Russian Culture and the Synthesis of Ecological Thought
Maxim V. Provotorov

The Problem of the Definition of Bios
Rom Harre

Bios and the Metamorphosis of Human Consciousness
Nadezhda Shulenina

Space, Time and Kairos
Evanghelos A. Moutsopoulos

The Quest for Bio-Ethics

Professor Frederic A. Lints

How Far to go in Genetic Engineering and Genetic Manipulation
E.E. Creppy

The Bio-Environment is a Gift to be Managed
Huberte Hanquet

The Meaning of Life from the Christian Point of View
Meliton Karas

The Biotechnological Challenge

Industrial Biotechnology and Biopolitical Problems
Michail N. Manakov, N.B. Gradova

Supraorganismic Biological Structures in Biopolitical Terms
Michali Gusev, Alexander V. Oleskin, Vitaly Samuilov

Biosociety-A Sustainable Society Using Technical Bioprocessing in Natural Cycles
Anton Moser

Bio-Environmental Impact on Health

Biomedical and Ecological Conditions in the Creation of Bio-Environment
Edward Kamienski

Bio-Legislation-Past and Present Challenges

The Embryo in Byzantine Canon Law
Professor Spyros Troianos

The Protection of Biotechnological Inventions
Mayer Gabay

Bios and Business

Towards a “World Budget”-Thoughts on a World Resource Tax
Udo E. Simonis

Motivation of Personnel for more Environmental Protection in Practice
Georg Winter

Bios and Business
Kitty P. Kyriakopoulos

Bios and Developing Economies
Orhan Karakullukcu

Maintaining Bio-Diversity

Tropical Rainforests and Sustainable Use: The Need for Global Education
David J. Chivers

Bio-Diversity in Turkey
Aykut Kence

Restoration of the Coast: Positive Technology at Work
Colin D. Levings

ASEAN Coastal Management: Paradox Emerging from the Philosophy of Need
Miguel D. Fortes

A Quantitative Method for the Description and Assessment of Ecosystems: The AMOEBA Approach
B.J.I. ten Brink, F. Colijn

Perturbations in the Marine Environment and their Impact on Living Resources
Baruch Kimor

The Oceans: Exploitation of Resources and Pollution
Vaclav K. Mejstrik

Structure of the International University for the Bio-Environment

Has the Time Come for the I.U.B.E.
Georges Martin

The Financial Structure of the I.U.B.E.
Achilles Exarchos

Remarks on the Conditions for the Creation of the I.U.B.E.
Michel Despax

The Structure of the I.U.B.E.
Mike Awua-Asamoa

The I.U.B.E., An International Awareness Center
William J. Cairns

Views on the I.U.B.E. Structure
Rene van Essche

Sailing University
Captain Krzysztof Chris Baranowski

A Strategic Approach for Environmental Education
Nicholas A. Ashford

The I.U.B.E.: Its Goals and Clients
Rusen Keles

The Role of the I.U.B.E.
Basil C. Papadias

The I.U.B.E.: Education and Behavior
Antonio Manuel de Sousa Otto

The Framework of the I.U.B.E.

Re-directing Societal Values and Attitudes for the Respect of the Bio-Environment
Bernard Kwami Kuma

The Strategy Behind Environmental Education
Lev Fishelson

Human Ecology as an Example of Interdisciplinary Cooperation
Charles Susanne

Some Views on the I.U.B.E.
Ahmet Samsunlu

Priorities and Urgency of Environmental Problems
John Papaioannou

The B.I.O. and the International University for the Bio-Environment
Andrew A. Brennan

Think Globally, Act Locally
Erich Taubert

Systems Human Ecology: Towards a New Paradigm
Stephen L. Chorover

Establishment of the I.U.B.E. to Provide Global Cooperation
Hunay Evliya

The Conception of the International University for the Bio-Environment
Jan W. Dobrowolski

The Sum of Billions of Individual Decisions Can Mean Change
Albert Th. ten Houten

The B.I.O. and the I.U.B.E., Observations on Goals and Objectives
Kumaran Fernando

The International University for the Bio-Environment – Goals and Priorities
Liduvina R. Senora

The Views of Youth

I.U.B.E. & the Involvement of Youth
Christos Efthymiopoulos, Alexis Coscoros

The Role of Communications and the Media

The Alliance Network for Environmental Education
Terence John Mills

The Importance of Context: Environmental Education in the United States
David W. Shapiro

Recommendations for a Bio-Syllabus

A Bio-Syllabus: Cleaner Production & Theory, Concepts and Practice
Donald Huisingh

The B.I.O. Curriculum: The “Beyond” Curriculum
Edna Aphek

Study of Environmental Science at British Universities
Robert T. Taylor

Biopolitics and the Peace Studies Curriculum
Terence Duffy

One Week Programme in Bio-Habitability
Giulio Pontecorvo

Bio-Environment Courses in the Economics University
Gyula Bora

The I.U.B.E. & A Special Subject Model
Zafer Erturk

On the Problem of Anthropocentrism and Biocentrism
Mikhail V. Gusev

Curriculum Format of the I.U.B.E.
Uri Marinov

Majoring in Biopolitics in the I.U.B.E.
Boris A. Gontarev

Global Environmental Scenario-a Concern of the I.U.B.E.
Gloria Castro Gatchalian


Bio-Diplomacy and the Bio-Environment
Gunduz Aktan

Bio-Diplomacy: The Colombian Dimension
Eduardo Barajas

Aspects of Environmental Policy in Morocco
Abdelaziz Laabi

Sudan: The African Dimension
Tagelsir Mohamed Abbas

The Challenge of Protecting the Bio-Environment
Moshe Gilboa

Egyptian Policy, Environmental Protection and International Cooperation
Ahmed Shaban El-Zant


Educational and Political Outreach by the I.U.B.E.
Jordan A. Horvath, James P. Muldoon, Jr.

The Bio-Syllabus African Dimension: The Need for International Education
Tina Uwechue

China: A Quick Glance at a Developing Country’s Bio-Environment Education
Liu Chun Yu

Approach to Global Environmental Issues
Jiro Kondo

The Israeli Environmental Scenario for the Year 2025
Amram Pruginin, J. Glass

Stanislaw Radwan, Tadeusz Chmielewski

Bio-Environmental Protection, the Present and New Vision
Krzysztof Korzeniewski, Janina Ewert

Protection of the Environment-a Part of the Soviet Union’s Science Policy
Y. Karabasov, A. Shlikov

Ecological Urban Restructuring
Udo E. Simonis, Dr. Ekhart Hahn

Political Decisions on Ecological Problems: Anthropoecological Approach
Jaroslav Stoklasa

Environment, Survival and Bioethics: The Drama of contemporary Civilization
Dusan Kanazir



Biopolitics & The Bio-Environment – Volume I
Proceedings of the First B.I.O. International Conference Resolutions of the First B.I.O. Conference

Biopolitics The Bio-Environment & Volume II
Proceedings of the Second B.I.O. International Conference Resolutions of the Second B.I.O. Conference

Third B.I.O. International Conference
Participants in the Third B.I.O. International Conference Resolutions – The Bio-Syllabus

Resolutions of the 4th B.I.O. Conference – The I.U.B.E.

Bios Days

B.I.O. Symposia

Trustees – Directors – Representatives

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