June 23, 2017

Newly-developed Electrode Material Promises to Boost Volume, Cut Costs of Hydrogen Production Using Renewable Energy

Newly-developed Electrode Material Promises to Boost Volume, Cut Costs of Hydrogen Production Using Renewable Energy
A research team from Japan's National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) has developed a material for electrodes used in water electrolysis that will make it possible to ...
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Japanese City Formulates Comprehensive Strategy to Promote Safe, Sustainable Hydrogen Use
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The city of Kamisu in northeastern Japan's Ibaraki Prefecture announced on Mar...
 
Young People at Japanese NPO Delve into Social Inequality Issues
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NEDO to Launch Demonstration Project for Energy-Saving Seawater Desalination Technology in South Africa
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The New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO) in Jap...
 
Japanese Institute Develops Environmental Impact Evaluation System for East Asia
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The National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan (NIES) announced on De...
 
 
Takenaka Expands Users of Proprietary Wood Technology for Seismic Upgrades, Building Structural Components
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Due to deregulation and efforts to revitalize Japan's domestic forestry indust...
 
'Share Village' Project in Japan Aims for a Million 'Villagers' to Preserve Traditional 'Kominka' Folk Houses and Culture
June 18, 2017
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The "Share Village" project has been ongoing in Japan since 2015, with the aim ...
 
 
 

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The Zero-to-One Village Revitalization Movement in Chizu Town, Tottori Prefecture

The Zero-to-One Village Revitalization Movement in Chizu Town, Tottori Prefecture

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Town officials in Chizu Town, Tottori Prefecture serve as coordinators to turn residents' ideas and projects into reality and as facilitators to make Chizu a sustainable town, while involving all residents. They see their role as supporting the local residents, who they see as key players in the town. Does this article trigger any ideas that might apply in your own community?

 

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