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Environmental Semantics for Sustainable Development in an Interconnected Biosphere

Pier Luigi Buttigieg, Mark Jensen, Ramona L. Walls, Christopher J. Mungall
2016 International Conference on Biomedical Ontology  
The Environment Ontology (ENVO; www.environmentontology.org) is coordinating with the Sustainable Development Goals Interface Ontology (SDGIO) to improve semantic representation of environments in the  ...  The interconnectivity of global ecosystems and their varied responses to disturbance necessitate great caution when using or encountering terms such as "sustainable" and "sustainability".  ...  REPRESENTING THE ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECT OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN AN ANTHROPISED BIOSPHERE Earth's anthropised biosphere [7] sets the stage for the realisation of the SDGs.  ... 
dblp:conf/icbo/ButtigiegJWM16 fatcat:zweaa3fhxvbgpa3ztmo46ws7vm

Psychological aspects of formation of ecologically relevant behavior of students of the faculty of agriculture

Elena Azarko, Igor Kupriyanov, D. Rudoy, S. Ignateva
2020 E3S Web of Conferences  
The article provides an analysis of studies showing the need for a psychological approach of meaning building and meaning regulation in the formation of an integral worldview, environmental values and  ...  In conclusion, recommendations with suggestions on the use of theoretical foundations and methodological techniques of meaning for teaching students of the agricultural sector are presented.  ...  Table 1 . 1 The components of interconnected semantic structures in the context of environmentally relevant behavior. Components of semantic structures (according to D.A.  ... 
doi:10.1051/e3sconf/202017515021 fatcat:km2iai42tvab7dlk5hg4z7va24

Deep Ecology: Contemporary Bioethical Trends

Sandra Mijač, Goran Slivšek, Anica Džajić
2022 Southeastern European medical journal  
The idea is to emphasize that man is not only an active, but also a responsible being which is capable of making a paradigm shift in responsibility, and therefore, taking responsibility for all life on  ...  ethics and deep ecology, as well as other environmental movements which, in the contextualization of bioethics, emphasize changing the outlook on life, giving a better knowledge of it, and allowing questioning  ...  The connection between bioethics and deep ecology as part of the environmental ethic is in their vision of an interconnected biosphere (20) .  ... 
doi:10.26332/seemedj.v6i1.219 doaj:e8522f946bb44fd09d9ab9cff50b0610 fatcat:o76pcshcznfl7a3pswmjfly6ae

Evolution of Ideas about the Role of the Environmental Factor in socio-Economic Development

E. Y. Dotsenko, N. P. Ezdina, A. Sh. Khasanova, M. I. Khasanov, Y. Smyatskaya, T. Aktar
2021 E3S Web of Conferences  
The authors formulate the role of the environmental factor in socio-economic development, taking into account the ideas of alternative economic schools and trends.  ...  The article presents an analysis of alternative theories of ecological and economic development.  ...  of environmentally sustainable development.  ... 
doi:10.1051/e3sconf/202124701068 fatcat:uiqfowfjprbjjketlbjywerdhi

Noohumanism as a New Worldview Paradigm of the 21st century

Raushan Shindaulova
2022 Filosofiâ i Kosmologiâ  
The aim hereof is to provide a rationale for the author's development of the worldview potential of the noohumanism as the homonymous worldview concept based on the synthesis of the noospheric-environmental  ...  The practical implication hereof is that the study materials may be put into scholarly circulation and used in developing the strategies of the educational modernization, the youth policy and within the  ...  Therefore, in the modern reading of the noosphere concept, considering the threatening state of the biosphere, its semantic dominant has shifted towards the ideas of the sustainable development concept  ... 
doi:10.29202/phil-cosm/28/9 fatcat:ly6of2reozg7djksxoviekg2ni

Development of a Total Environment Data Science Approach in a Big Data Scale

Shastri L Nimmagadda, Torsten Reiners, Amit Rudra
2017 Procedia Computer Science  
For describing the recycling systems in nature, an articulated design science research (DSR) framework is necessary for which we have constructed data models for composite lithosphere-atmosphere-biosphere-hydrosphere  ...  For describing the recycling systems in nature, an articulated design science research (DSR) framework is necessary for which we have constructed data models for composite lithosphere-atmosphere-biosphere-hydrosphere  ...  The problem solution is viewed as developing the existing designs to reach the desired results, sustaining the rules of the ecosystem and its associated data science 18 of the total environment.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2017.08.237 fatcat:ekfjel6kefh5blzcp62rbky72u

Cognitive Sustainability in the Age of Digital Culture

Luis Emilio Bruni
2011 tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique  
In order to relate the development of a global digital communication web, its effects on cultural processes and the issues of ecosystem and hu- man sustainability that humanity is facing, I will relate  ...  This path will lead me to delineate some of the eco-ethical dimensions implied in the development of pervasive digital-interactive-immersive-representational technologies.  ...  Batisse, an influential figure in the development of the United Nations international network of institutions and treaties for sustainability, put it this way: We have seen that the problems of the environment  ... 
doi:10.31269/triplec.v9i2.301 fatcat:c7okxcyghvduvirk5massek4au

Cognitive Sustainability in the Age of Digital Culture

Luis Emilio Bruni
2011 tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique  
In order to relate the development of a global digital communication web, its effects on cultural processes and the issues of ecosystem and hu- man sustainability that humanity is facing, I will relate  ...  This path will lead me to delineate some of the eco-ethical dimensions implied in the development of pervasive digital-interactive-immersive-representational technologies.  ...  Batisse, an influential figure in the development of the United Nations international network of institutions and treaties for sustainability, put it this way: We have seen that the problems of the environment  ... 
doi:10.31269/vol9iss2pp473-482 fatcat:qgzqrsoekbenne3ewjm3bq7u5m

How to devise a sustainable science for sustainability? A reflexive approach for the present time

Elena Camino, A. Tartaglia, C. Mele, M.L. Ruggiero
2014 E3S Web of Conferences  
What are 'sustainable' values in formulating research questions? How to deal with biophysical and social constraints in a sustainable way?  ...  In order to undertake a sustainable journey we need to ask some questions about the role and the features of science in shaping our future. Who are the 'experts' in sustainability science?  ...  -is outlining an ever more accurate picture of the present global turmoil, impelling policy makers and civil society to seek for solutions … coming from science again!  ... 
doi:10.1051/e3sconf/20140204001 fatcat:diddehrvprcthol5pd72lfz5my

Conceptual Principles of Education for Sustainable Development

Iryna Karpan, Nataliia Chernikova, Tetiana Motuz, Boris Bratanich, Tetiana Lysokolenko
1970 European Journal of Sustainable Development  
Environmental education is seen as an instrument for systematic formation of man's basic attributes for being part of education for sustainable development field – critical thinking, environmental worldview  ...  National system of global aims for consolidation of society of sustainable development with an accent on the significance of educational matter was created in Ukraine.  ...  In general, modern environmental education must be aimed for future, be based on ideas of coevolution of humans and nature, sustainable development of biosphere.  ... 
doi:10.14207/ejsd.2020.v9n2p99 fatcat:umnfqredhvfxfmqo5n46ui264e

The Ecosystem: Model or Metaphor?

Gérald Hess
2010 Journal of Industrial Ecology  
for implementing sustainable development.  ...  Industrial ecology offers an original way of looking at economic activities.  ...  Introduction Over the past 20 years or so, industrial ecology has been emerging as an operational strategy for sustainable development. There is no standard definition for this approach.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1530-9290.2010.00226.x fatcat:g6zqjg7lznadxdd6eykby5n3sm

Integrating Personal and Pro-Environmental Motives to Explain Italian Women's Purchase of Sustainable Clothing

Valentina Carfora, Giulia Buscicchio, Patrizia Catellani
2021 Sustainability  
The present study analyzed the psychosocial predictors of Italian women's intention to purchase sustainable clothing, proposing an integration of the Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB) and the Value-Belief-Norm  ...  Participants (N = 286) filled in a self-report online questionnaire, measuring Italian women's intention to purchase sustainable clothing, as well as TPB variables, such as subjective norm, attitude, and  ...  initiatives in sustainable development and environmental policy.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su131910841 fatcat:urkypewu7ze6ri7scjqao2oylm

The Circular Economy: An Interdisciplinary Exploration of the Concept and Application in a Global Context

Alan Murray, Keith Skene, Kathryn Haynes
2015 Journal of Business Ethics  
There have long been calls from industry for guidance in implementing strategies for sustainable development.  ...  These include an absence of the social dimension inherent in sustainable development that limits its ethical dimensions, and some unintended consequences.  ...  The Circular Economy is an important and significant new school of thought in sustainable development, having been adopted by the largest nation on the planet, China, as its main framework for environmental  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10551-015-2693-2 fatcat:mwk3waelaja5zjk25xnbmocrdq

A Transformative Concept: From Data Being Passive Objects to Data Being Active Subjects

Hans-Peter Plag, Shelley-Ann Jules-Plag
2019 Data  
base that constructs extensive graphs presenting a comprehensive picture of communities of people, applications, models, tools, and resources and provides tools for the analysis of these graphs. (3) An  ...  The three core elements of the transformative DAS concept are: (1) "intelligent semantic data agents" (ISDAs) that have the capabilities to communicate with their human and digital environment.  ...  for sustainable development.  ... 
doi:10.3390/data4040135 fatcat:fuhedjiycrdkbpqgxd42rfcntu

The environment ontology in 2016: bridging domains with increased scope, semantic density, and interoperation

Pier Luigi Buttigieg, Evangelos Pafilis, Suzanna E. Lewis, Mark P. Schildhauer, Ramona L. Walls, Christopher J. Mungall
2016 Journal of Biomedical Semantics  
The Environment Ontology (ENVO; http://www.environmentontology.org/), first described in 2013, is a resource and research target for the semantically controlled description of environmental entities.  ...  ENVO now offers representations of habitats, environmental processes, anthropogenic environments, and entities relevant to environmental health initiatives and the global Sustainable Development Agenda  ...  We also thank Alison Specht and Eric Garnier and CESAB for coordinating efforts to link ecological semantics and biodiversity thesauri. We thank two anonymous reviewers for their input and insight.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13326-016-0097-6 pmid:27664130 pmcid:PMC5035502 fatcat:4gznhpc35nashnqdtvpovs4xza
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