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Activity Report in 2023

Activity Report in 2023

There are only a few days left in 2023.
This year, the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) announced that both air and sea temperatures were higher than last year. However, there was also a period of sudden cold snaps. There was also news that promoted global warming, as well as numerous international conferences and events such as COP28.
Well, this article will be the last one for this year. We would like to summarize the Youth Econet activity report for 2023!



It was held on March 27, 2022 at 3×3 Lab Future. It was not held in 2023.We are planning to hold a meetup in Tokyo around March 2024 where you can deepen exchanges through small table talk dialogue!



In 2023, a total of 12 committee meetings were held at the Bachelor’s Hall. About 13~15 people participated in one committee meeting. In addition, we have set up a system that allows rural youth to participate in it by using ZOOM.



We plan to hold it once a month again next year!


Lake Toya skil up camp

We held a skil up camp for 2 days and 1 night (8/19-8/20) at Lake Toya, Hokkaido!
Under the guidance of Yoshiko Sakai, the founder of the 9,000-year-old Heisei Forest of Life Project, trees were planted in a place rich in nature overlooking Lake Toya. This time, we planted a sapling pot “Mizunara” made from acorns with children in the courtyard of the Lake Toya Retreat House last fall!
☟ See the article below for details!☟


Shinshu skil up camp

We held a skil up camp for 2 days and 1 night (9/9-9/10) at Shinshu Oshiba Highland, Nagano Prefecture!
With the theme of forest conservation, what is the current state of forests in Japan?! It was a two-day event that emphasized seeing and learning about the real thing, using Ina City as an example. In addition, through interaction with local residents, the circle of youth eco has expanded!
Moreover, a student from Shinshu University taught me how to dye cloth from onion pigment.

☟ See the article below for details!☟



This year, we continued to exhibit at “Eco Pro”. This year, it was held over three days on weekdays (12/6~12/8). A wide range of people, including companies, government officials, university students, and local elementary, junior high, and high school students, exhibited and attended.Yuei Ogata played the performance.
In addition, we asked visitors to write about three things: “What I am doing about the environment,” “Impressions of the Youth Eco booth,” and “The environmental activities I will be working on in the future”! Some of them were from overseas!

☟ See the article below for details!☟


NIKKEI Youth Dialogue meeting

We introduced our organizations and past activities, and discussed what youth think about COP28.

☟ See the article below for details!☟


We look forward to your continued support of Youth Econet in 2024.
Best wishes in the new year!!


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