September 25, 2017

Japan's Road Traffic Deaths Drop to 1/4 of Peak Level

Japan's Road Traffic Deaths Drop to 1/4 of Peak Level
According to data published by the World Health Organization (WHO) in 2015, there were about 1.25 million road traffic deaths globally in 2013, nearly the same level as the 1.24 million in 2010. The...
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Nyuzen Town promotes the use of local produce in school lunches by having the having the Agriculture Public Corporation act as a facilitator between the school lunch staff and the farmers. Does this article spark any ideas that might apply in your own community?

 

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