Pollution Knows No Frontiers
October 16-20, 1988, Varna, Bulgaria
East Berliner Prof. Emmanuel Heinisch makes a point to two West
Germans, Dr. Klaus Schleicher and Dr. Ruprecht Janicke.
Co-chairman Prof. Kenneth Mellanby.
Polish emigre Stanislaw Andreski (L) helps Dr. Henryk Karcz with
A group photo with co-chairmen Prof. Kenneth Mellanby, center and
Prof. Nansen Behar (of Bulgaria) to his left.
Celebrating European unity at the closing banquet.
The co-chairmen relax at the closing banquet: Prof. and Mrs. Mellanby;
Prof. Nansen Behar.
The Polish participants put on a lively show at the closing banquet.
Prof. Emmanuel Heinisch sings a song at the final banquet, bringing
cheer to fellow East German Manfred Braun and West German Ruprecht Janicke.
Participants visit a nearby monastery that was built in a cliffside
by the Bogomils.
The session on patterns in trans-boundary pollution
The opening session, -R: Prof. Nansen Behar, Secretary General,
the Bulgarian Union of Scientific Workers (our host), Thomas Cromwell,
Asst. Secretary General, PWPA International, Prof. Kenneth Mellanby, Director
Emeritus, Monks Wood Experimental Station, England.
Participants hard at work.
Two Polish participants, Prof. Jerzy Zaleski (L) and Henryk Karcz
in a huddle.
Thomas Cromwell (L) and Dr. Gordon Anderson, Secretary General,
PWPA International, present a Korean bell to representatives of Bulgaria's
Banner of Peace organization.
Prof. and Mrs. Nansen Behar at the Bell monument to peace outside
Children ring the bells of all size and sounds at the monument
to Peace outside Sofia. The Korean bell from PWPA hangs here.
The Korean bell, sent by Rev. Kwak to be hung at the Banner of
Peace Monument, near Sofia, Bulgaria. The plaque reads:
THIS BELL GIVEN TO THE CHILDREN OF THE WORLD IN THE SPIRIT OF PEACE
AND FRIENDSHIP FROM THE PROFESSORS WORLD PEACE ACADEMY
OCTOBER 20, 1988 THE BELL COMES FROM KOREA WHERE THE PROFESSORS
WORLD PEACE ACADEMY WAS FOUNDED IN 1973