May 27, 2018

Tokyo, NTT Docomo Conduct Trial of Food Loss Reduction Program

Tokyo, NTT Docomo Conduct Trial of Food Loss Reduction Program
The Tokyo Metropolitan Government and NTT Docomo announced on January 15, 2018, that they would conduct a demonstration trial of EcoBuy at a grocery store called mini Piago in Irifune 1-chome, Chuo C...
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Japanese Ministry Announces Follow-up Results of Climate Adaptation Measures
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'Future Chart' City Visualizer Now Available for Municipalities in Japan
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Japan Adopts Basic Strategy to Realize Hydrogen-Based Society
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Science Council of Japan Releases Policy Recommendation:
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The Science Council of Japan released on August 24, 2017, the deliberation res...
 
 
Japanese Ministry Revises Guidelines for Private Sector Engagement in Biodiversity
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New Method for Generating Power and Heat from Weeds, and Potential Agricultural Uses
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A new power generation method using weeds as fuel has been developed in Japan....
 
 
Fujitsu Research Institute Launches a Local Virtual Power Plant Initiative
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Transitioning to Farming that does not Harm the Environment
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Tohoku Fukko Nikki (Tohoku Reconstruction Diary), a weekly feature in the Toky...
 
 
 

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