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Wakai Ikujiro. Consideration Concerning the Traditional Regional Culture and Environmental Education that Support the Conservation of Ecosystems of Lagoons around Lake Biwa (A Case Study of Lake Nishi-no-ko in Shiga Prefecture)

(Osaka Sangyo University, Osaka, Japan)

Abstract ◊ This study, based on the idea that the conservation of ecosystems depends on human culture and education, considers their conservation in relation to the traditional regional culture of a community which has co-existed with lagoons, by selecting one rare lagoon called Lake Nishi-no-ko. With respect to environmental education and its significance, the author focused on three viewpoints which are considered essential concerning the use and conservation of ecosystems: material cycle, living environment and restoration of nature.

Keywords: traditional regional culture, environmental education, lagoons, ecosystems, material cycle, living environment, restoration of nature, Lake Biwa.


Ikujiro Wakai, professor of the Department of Culture and Communication of the Faculty of Human Environment at Osaka Sangyo University (Osaka, Japan). Official site: www.osaka-sandai.ac.jp

Citation: Wakai Ikujiro. Consideration Concerning the Traditional Regional Culture and Environmental Education that Support the Conservation of Ecosystems of Lagoons around Lake Biwa (A Case Study of Lake Nishi-no-ko in Shiga Prefecture) // Znanie. Ponimanie. Umenie. 2013. № 1. S. 28–31.

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