ERIC Number: ED260969
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1985
Reference Count: N/A
Bioregions and World Order.
Breakthrough, spec iss v6 n3,4 Spr-Sum 1985
What bioregions can do to contribute to world order and security is discussed in this newsletter. A bioregion is defined as an identifiable geographical area of interacting life-systems that is relatively self-sustaining in the ever-renewing processes of nature. Articles included are: "Bioregionalism and World Order" (Gerald Mische); "Bioregions: The Context for Reinhabiting the Earth" (Thomas Berry); "Twelve Principles for Understanding the Universe and the Role of the Human in the Universe Process" (Thomas Berry); "Re-inhabiting Genesis Farm: A Center for Bioregional and World Order Education" (Miriam Therese MacGillis); "Maine: Working Together To Save the Soil" (Pauline Pare); "Kansas: An Evolving Vision for a Heartland Bioregional Community" (Betty Jean Goebel); "Green Thoughts...Reflections on the National Bioregional Congress and Green Politics" (Ron Hughes); "Green Politics: A Statement of Values"; "Ecological Politics and Bioregionalism" (David Haenke); "Appalachia and Bioregionalism" (Patrick Ronan); "World Conservation Strategy;" and "Bioregions: Where Person and Planet Meet" (Catherine Burton). Also included is a "Reader Exchange" containing thoughts of newsletter readers concerning bioregions and world security. The newsletter concludes with a bibliography on bioregionalism. (RM)
Descriptors: Conservation (Environment), Ecology, Food, Global Approach, Hunger, Resource Materials, Social Values, World Affairs, World Problems
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Opinion Papers; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Global Education Associates, East Orange, NJ.