December 19, 2014

Toward a Sustainable Japan: Fukushima Accidents Show Japan's Challenges

Toward a Sustainable Japan: Fukushima Accidents Show Japan's Challenges
Junko Edahiro, chief executive of Japan for Sustainability delivered a keynote speech on September 10, 2014, at an international symposium "Cope with the Stress of Future Changes - Preparing States,...
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Japanese Government and World Bank Launch Project to Share Lessons from Great East Japan Earthquake
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The Japanese government and the World Bank launched a joint project called "Lea...
 
Study Shows Growing Number of Young Japanese Urbanites Want to Settle in Rural Areas
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Japan is one of the first countries in the world to face, head-on, the serious ...
 
 
Study Project Begins Seeking Happy Local Communities
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Perception, Awareness, Efforts over Biodiversity Shrinking
November 21, 2014
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A survey of Japanese people on biodiversity revealed a decrease in people's pe...
 
New Cooking Pot, Stove Unveiled that Recharges Cell Phone, Other Devices
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All Rights Reserved. TES New Energy Co., a venture company to transfer technolo...
 
 
Suntory Sets Future Vision and Aims for Creating Sustainable Global Environment
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Suntory Holdings announced on January 30, 2014, that it has formulated the Sunt...
 
Residents Work Together to Restore Coastal Pine Groves Damaged by Disasters
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Tohoku Fukko Nikki (Tohoku Reconstruction Diary) is a weekly article in an eas...
 
 
 

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Arase Dam: Japan's First Dam Removal Project Underway

Arase Dam: Japan's First Dam Removal Project Underway

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Arase Dam in Kumamoto Prefecture is the very first dam to be dismantled in Japan at the urging of local residents who have been suffering from the dam's impacts. What can we learn from these residents' efforts?

They did not give up even when the dam removal plan was put on ice, and in the end experts were employed to minimize environmental impacts during the decommissioning process.

 
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