October 19, 2014

What We Must Do before the Tokyo Olympics

What We Must Do before the Tokyo Olympics
Through the Yui-Yui Project, an initiative to support victims of the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake, JKSK Empowering Women Empowering Society, a certified non-profit organization, submits weekly re...
Japanese Government and World Bank Launch Project to Share Lessons from Great East Japan Earthquake
July 24, 2014
The Japanese government and the World Bank launched a joint project called "Lea...
Keidanren Proposes Housing and Town Planning More Suitable for Japan's Aging Population
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The Japan Business Federation (Keidanren) released on December 7, 2013, a polic...
Recent Japanese Trends in Energy Self-Sufficient Architecture
October 12, 2014
To address the challenge of reducing energy consumption and carbon dioxide (CO2...
Let's Use Rainwater! Recent Trends in Rainwater Use in Japan
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In recent years, a growing number of municipalities in Japan have been making u...
New Cooking Pot, Stove Unveiled that Recharges Cell Phone, Other Devices
June 20, 2014
All Rights Reserved. TES New Energy Co., a venture company to transfer technolo...
Japanese Investors Adopting New Stewardship Code (Principles for Responsible Institutional Investors)
October 6, 2014
Japanese institutional investors such as pension funds and financial institutio...
Community-Led Energy Association Launched to Promote Renewable Energy
August 26, 2014
The National Local Energy Association announced on May 23, 2014, its official l...

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