April 24, 2014

NFUAJ Selects 10 More Projects to Be Listed as Heritage for the Future

NFUAJ Selects 10 More Projects to Be Listed as Heritage for the Future
The National Federation of UNESCO Associations in Japan (NFUAJ) released on December 19, 2013, a list of 10 projects selected for the Fifth Heritage for the Future Project. The project is part of the ...
 
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Japan's First Refugee-Themed Radio Program Celebrates 10th Anniversary
April 11, 2014
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'Nanmin Now!' ('Refugees Now!'), Japan's first community radio program dedicate...
 
Keidanren Proposes Housing and Town Planning More Suitable for Japan's Aging Population
March 19, 2014
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The Japan Business Federation (Keidanren) released on December 7, 2013, a polic...
 
 
METI to Ascertain Power Use in 10,000 Households
April 12, 2014
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Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) announced on March 24, 2...
 
Japan Ranks Sixth in Child Overall Well-being, but 21st in Material Well-being
April 10, 2014
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National Institute of Population and Social Security Research in Japan publishe...
 
 
WWF Japan Unveils App for Friends to Share Their Restaurant Leftovers
April 13, 2014
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WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature) Japan, an international conservation NGO, rece...
 
Japanese Researchers Develop Man-Made Leaves that Harvest Light
April 7, 2014
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The Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech) announced on January 9, 2014, su...
 
 
Toyota Aqua is World's Most Efficient Hybrid Car
April 14, 2014
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Toyota Motor Corporation began sales of an improved model of its Aqua compact hy...
 
NPO Opens 'Community Living Room' to Share Daily Life Activities
April 17, 2014
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Dreamtown, a Japanese non-profit organization (NPO) involved in community activ...
 
 
 

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Social Vision in an Era of Population Decline from the Perspective of Local Economy and Well-being

Social Vision in an Era of Population Decline from the Perspective of Local Economy and Well-being

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Japan is leading the rest of the world with the experience of population decline and the aging of society. How Japan handles these challenges is certainly something to monitor and learn from. This article introduces a recent lecture on these issues, and on ideas and trends to move the economy closer to the community. We welcome your comments!

 
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