April 24, 2015

Nara City Enacts Child-Friendly City Ordinance

Nara City Enacts Child-Friendly City Ordinance
Nara City in Nara Prefecture established the Child-friendly City Development Ordinance on December. 18, 2014, based on the notion of Child Friendly Cities (CFC) advocated by the United Nations Child...
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Tokyo Plans to Increase Renewable Energy Ratio to 20% by 2024
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Patagonia Japan Launches Dam Removal Campaign with Documentary Screening
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Salvage Parties have been attracting attention in Japan. At the party, a professional chef cooks high-quality dishes using leftover ingredients brought from the homes of party participants. The participants can have fun while reducing waste. Would our readers have other good ideas on ways to reduce waste while having a good time?

 
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