Developing and implementing
municipal environmental learning programs introducing the "Eco-Cards"
and "Eco-Stamps" in collaboration with the City of Nishinomiya.
providing the Japanese Ministry of the Environment's "Junior
Eco-Clubs" Membership Booklets and related activity materials.
the planning and organization of the Japanese Ministry of the Environment's
"Junior Eco-Club Asia-Pacific Conference,"as well as coordinating the
publication of information bulletins introducing environmental activities by
children from the Asia-Pacific region.
The 5th Green
Purchasing Award (Civic Group Category) for continuous community approach in
promoting eco-friendly merchandise through environmental learning support
the declaration of the City of Nishinomiya as
and the Joint Communique on its commitment to collaborative efforts with the
City of Burlington, Vermont, USA, to support education and lifelong learning
that promote environmental stewardship and sustainability.
Japan Productivity Center
for Socio-Economic Development "Environment Grand Prix 2004 for local
municipalities" awarded to the City of Nishinomiya and LEAF for the outstanding
achievements in promoting community-based environmental activities.
Symposium on the Role of Businesses toward a Sustainable Society" in Tokyo, Japan,
as well as the inauguration of the Demonstrative Study of the Interaction-based
Environmental Communication Project with Kirin Brewery Co., Ltd.
- The 4th
Partnership Grand Prix awarded by Partnership Support Center and SAWAYAKA Welfare Foundation for
"Businesses Support Environmental Learning for Children" project.
of "Development of an Environmental
Learning System for Citizens on Nurturing
Dialogue with Nature through Agriculture" funded by Japan Fund for
- "Nishinomiya Community Development Award in Commemoration
of the Designation as a Core City" by
City of Nishinomiya
Project by the Ministry of the Environment Kinki Regional Environment Office
"Promotion Project for the UN Decade of Education for Sustainable
"the Hyogo Children's Environmental Meeting" as the side event of the
G8 Environment Ministers Meeting in cooperation with the Hyogo prefectural
- Initiating the
joint education for sustainable development (ESD) project with US and Chinese
Projects by JICA on environmental education in Chile,
ESD in the Pacific region, and training program for young leaders in Malaysia
"the International Symposium on SATOYAMA Initiative" to disseminate
the methodology of farmland conservation and utilization through environmental