Vocational Education and Environmental Destruction

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  • 環境問題と産業教育
  • カンキョウ モンダイ ト サンギョウ キョウイク

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No original paper or review discussing on environmental destructions was printed in a series of the Bulletin of Japan Society for the Study of Vocational and Technical Education from the first issue to the last one. It seems to suggest that, in the field of reacting to environmental destructions, the Japanese studies on vocational education lagged far behind the movements which the Kyoto Protocol to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change came into effect in February of 2005, the system of domestic laws on environmental preservation, such as the Fundamental Law for Forming and Promoting Recycle-based Society in 2000 and so on, was established, and engineering sciences in Japan drastically changed to solve those problems for this thirty years. Japanese vocational educators and researchers should notice the concepts of the extended producers' responsibility and the metabolism between nature and human in order to get the clue to approach to vocational education as environmental education.

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