Japan for Sustainability Newsletter #033
May 31, 2005
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In the May 2005 issue of the JFS Newsletter:
- "Just a Little Effort"
-- A New Approach to Environmentalism Spreads Across Japan
- Promoting an Eco-Friendly Lifestyle to Protect Lake Teganuma
-- Efforts of Abiko City in Chiba Prefecture
- JFS Bio-mimicry Series: No.8
Linking Research Labs and Society
JFS Seminar: "What Can Technology Learn from Nature?"
[JFS Web Site Additions of the Month]
- We present this month a new cartoon,
"Good morning! We've got some great items here for you today" on
the High Moon Gallery.(2005/05/30)
- "Toward a Century of Japanese Value" by Dr. Manabu Akaike(2005/05/30)
"Lead-free Solder: Strategy for Eco-design"
- "Sustainability in Japan's Edo Period--300 Years Ago!" by Eisuke Ishikawa (2005/5/30)
Chapter 14 "Recognizing Our Mistakes"
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