August 16, 2017

Convention Facility in Yokohama Reduces Electricity Costs by Generating Power from Waste

Convention Facility in Yokohama Reduces Electricity Costs by Generating Power from Waste
Pacifico Convention Plaza Yokohama announced on March 27, 2017, that starting April 2, they have been providing electricity generated using waste from the convention facility to Rinko park, which is ...
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Japan's Role in Addressing Healthcare, Welfare Issues in an Aging World
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Japan's Greenhouse Gas Emissions in FY2015 Fall to FY2010 Levels, Conservation and Renewables Cited as Contributors
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Young People at Japanese NPO Delve into Social Inequality Issues
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Kyoto Univ. Suggests New Theory to Support Biodiversity
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Japan-CLP Supports Participation in International Business Initiatives
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Japan Climate Leaders' Partnership (Japan-CLP) announced on April 25, 2017, the...
 
Bringing Shared Visions to Community Reconstruction
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The JKSK Yui-Yui Project, an initiative to support people in Japan affected by...
 
 
 

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