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🍁 Current Projects

“Innovations for the Sustainable Green-City and Smart Communication”

(1) Sustainable Consumption & Production in the Citizens (SDGs 12) 

  - How do you choose a product?  


  - How to exchange information about products? 

  - Better learning about sustainable products and consumption  

(2) Marine Plastic Pollution from Land-Based Sources  

   - To decrease waste and build a recycling society 

   From cradle to cradle 
      ”ゆりかご”から”ゆりかご”への道を考える (C to C)

   - What is the future use of plastic and how to use it? 

   - Why do you burn anything? 

(3) Air pollution & Energy problem  


  - How to produce sustainable energy and transport? 

  - To decrease  air pollution and carbon dioxide 
  - How to prevent health hazards? 

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(4) Environmental Education     

  - How to know the facts and identify the facts? 
  - How to share information? 

  - Tell only the facts 

🍁 Latest Projects

Japan-Europe Dialogue 2019 Yokohama Symposium 

Pathway to Reducing Marine Plastic Pollution -Toward achieving Sustainable Development Goals-

日本・欧州対話 2019横浜  



Plenary Session at the Annual Conference 2020 in JANES

Scenarios for toward achieving Sustainable Development Goals in local government

北ヨーロッパ学会 2020年度研究大会  共通論題 (11月7日開催)


Why we did organize this session:
With COVID-19, the world's economy and politics are in confused now. Because of this situation, we must accelerate its efforts to achieve the SDGs in the world.

In this time, we want to focus on marine pollution from the land-based. Nowadays, we are concerned about marine pollution caused by single-use plastics (including microplastics) in the Asia Areas. I believe that Waste Policies and European “Circular Economy Action Plan” for reducing single-use plastics are extremely important. Therefore, we are focused on that I would like to introduce the efforts of the country and municipalities, NGOs in the Baltic Sea Regions in this Special Session.


Air pollution 1: Analysis of PM2.5 and Ozone effects of air pollutants on nature and human wellness:        

Impact relationships with COVID-19 attributable to PM in major cities in India and Asia - health hazards, severity of illness and death

Air pollutant PM2.5 is an ultrafine particulate matter with a diameter of 2.5㎛ or less.  It is generated through primary or secondary production processes from two sources: anthropogenic sources, such as vehicles and factories, and natural sources, such as volcanoes.

The effects of PM2.5 on the body include, but are not limited to, respiratory diseases, lung cancer and cardiovascular diseases, which are now raging all over the world. In addition to the effects of PM, there is a reported risk of COVID-19 infection leading to severe illness and death. The need for PM control and PM reduction is attracting attention in Asian countries and India.

The focus was on three major cities in South East Asia (Jakarta, Bangkok and Manila) and five major cities in India (Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Chennai and Bengaluru) that are strongly affected by COVIT-19 and PM2.5. The spread and severity of COVIT-19 infections were then analyzed in relation to PM2.5.

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