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Report on the exchange meeting

It’s the season when hay fever gets especially bad.
How is everyone doing?

A event was held on March 17 at San San Lab Future.

The six presenters gave presentations on their areas of expertise, and the facilitators led each group in a discussion of the agenda that they had prepared in advance.

It would be difficult to imagine it in writing, so we will use the following photos to show you what we mean!

〜List of Themes and Speakers〜
(1)Speaker: Yuta Hozumi, "Invasive Species Conservation and Biodiversity" 
(2)Speaker: Manki, "Marine Pollution" 
(3)Speaker: Eiji Sanjo, "Organic Waste Converted into Fertilizer without Burning, About Rape Blossom Plan" 
(4)Speaker: Akira Fukasawa, "Upsetting, 3R, Recycling Waste, Nature Positive, and Waste Disposal" 
(5)Speaker: Yuto Sakihawa, "The Vacant House Problem"
(6)Speaker: Naoki Okano, "Food Issues"
Top Batter’s Presentation!
Yuta Hozumi

The gathering of people active in various fields led to a heated discussion!

At the end, we took a group photo!

Group photo

Next Event Announcement

We will be exhibiting and helping out at the Tamagawa Takashimaya event on March 23 and 24 (Saturday and Sunday).
If you are able to make it, please come and join us!

Date: March 23 (Sat.) and 24 (Sun.), 2024 
Place: Arena Salon, 1F, West Building, Tamagawa Takashimaya S-C
Supported by: Ministry of the Environment, Tokyo Metropolitan Government Bureau of Environment, Setagaya Ward, German Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Japan

EcoPro in Tokyo Big Sight

Recently, the weather has become even colder. Please take care of your physical condition!
By the way, we continued to exhibit at “Eco Pro” this year. 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.
This year, too, we had a narrator by Yuei Ogata.
Mr. Ogata has sung at concert halls and festivals around the world, including Japan, and is an artist who connects people and things from all over the world with the power of song, transcending language, various cultures and religions!

(The person holding the guitar is Ms. Ogata)

The songs that I created with the audience using sign language felt as if I was sharing love and hope.

We asked the participants to write about three things: “the environmental activities I am doing”, “my impressions of the booth”, and “the environmental activities I will be working on in the future”! Some of them were from overseas!



Let’s continue to do our best to deepen horizontal relationships and enjoy environmental activities!

In addition, on Tuesday, December 19, the “NIKKEI Decarbonization Youth Dialogue Meeting” was held in Tokyo.