and then in my dreams, I see a place where one might initiate and publicize
programs to give the environmental movement a positive constructive philosophy
that would complement the present defensive attitude of environmental
conservation and protections."
About The Center
Rene Dubos Center for Human Environments, Inc. is a non-profit education and
research organization focused on
the social and humanistic aspects of environmental problems.
Its program emerged early in 1975 from a collaboration between Rene Dubos, Professor Emeritus of
The Rockefeller University, and
William and Ruth Eblen of Total Education in the Total
Environment, Inc. (T.E.T.E.) An
environmental education organization
established in 1964, T.E.T.E. pioneered integrative approaches for environmental problem-solving for formal and
nonformal education at the local, state,
national and international levels.