In part one of a two-part series, J2E columnist Tsuneo Taguchi shines a spotlight on a new recycling company in Hanoi and its determined and enterprising...
Student contributor, Kohei Arai, describes how he channels his passion for helping the poor and reducing food loss into volunteer activities on and off campus.
150 years since Japan's first train line opened, all private railway companies are beset by problems. The government, like in Europe, may want to step in.
An interview with Reiko Futagi, CEO of Tokyo-based Otani Seiun, K.K., on promoting sustainable lifestyles and revamping the waste industry by empowering women.
Not the whaling moratorium, but the defense and promotion of the general principle of sustainable use is the important policy issue for many countries.
Food security concerns and new guidelines for raising crickets are serving as a tailwind for the growth of the edible insect market.
Building a network of collaborators taking action for the Earth, it will share stories and information on initiatives to protect the global environment.
Susan Yoshimura introduces the JAPAN Forward team and listeners to the new website Japan 2 Earth, engaging us with the challenge of achieving the SDGs.
One Saitama city is putting Japan’s past experience to work by dispatching officials and tackling the challenges in a clean water project in Laos.
“Japan’s efforts on the SDGs range from innovative technologies to traditional ways of protecting the environment that are just waiting to be rediscovered,” – Managing Editor,...
The Kuramae district in Taito Ward of Tokyo partnered with Asahi Breweries to reduce food waste and build community through craft beer.
Pilot projects done by major companies could help achieve decarbonization while avoiding the risks of depending on Russian energy imports.