Department   Hiroshima shudo University  The Faculty of Human Environmental Studies
   Position   Professor
Language English
Publication Date 2019/06
Type Articles
Peer Review With peer review
Invitation With invitation
Title Education as a Key Social System for the Global Environmental Protection Deduced from a Biosystematic View of Civilization
Contribution Type Single-Authored Publication
Journal Proceedings on the 5th EnvironmentAsia International Conference
Journal TypeAnother Country
Number of pages 18
Details A systematic view on the basis of comparative analysis of life-like systems at different hierarchical levels, so call biosystems is a useful approach for analysing and organizing knowledge about the biosystems. We proposed an importance of biosystematic view of life-like systems and showed some applications to proposing mechanisms for the emergence of the most primitive life-like system from simple chemical networks and the historical behaviors of Western Europe and Japan around the time of the Industrial Revolution. Here, We will discuss the importance of education for the development and innovation in relation to science and technology to the global environmental protection from the biosystematic view of civilizations (BVC).