Cabinet Secretary for Public Affairs Noriyuki Shikata shares insights on Japan's priorities for global economy and security at the G7 Hiroshima Summit.
Environment ministers from the G7 nations made progress on renewables, biodiversity, and plastics, while holding back on a firm date for phasing out coal.
The biotope in Shinjuku's Chuo Park recently marked 20 years since its opening. Still today, it offers 'great nature' experiences in the heart of the city.
January 24 — Mori Building announced the opening of the Toranomon Hills Station Tower, the fourth tower of the Toranomon Hills area project, this autumn 2023.
The Japanese hare is vanishing from green spaces in communities, sending a warning signal that we need to rethink how to coexist in harmony with nature.
Japan 2 Earth Managing Editor Susan Yoshimura looks at New Year predictions and can't-miss opportunities for significant progress toward achieving the SDGs.
A nonprofit works to protect the migratory little tern, a vulnerable species on Japan's Red List that nests on the roof of a Tokyo sewage treatment...
A team of researchers is using iPS cells to generate the reproductive cells of the northern white rhino, a species with only two females left on...
Ongoing community efforts in a city in western Tokyo have been the key factor in the partial recovery of a rare Japanese salamander population.
Giant squids washed ashore on the Sea of Japan coast are providing researchers with new insights into how this mysterious marine animal mates and reproduces.
Not the whaling moratorium, but the defense and promotion of the general principle of sustainable use is the important policy issue for many countries.
Deer gamboled. Monkeys chattered. Meeting the Jomon Cedar was like entering the magical world of a Hayao Miyazaki film.