Japan Resources No 151

CUJ JR 151 (pdf) Japan Resources No 151

After a long, record-hot summer, temperatures have dropped again to more normal levels here in Nishi-Waseda, Tokyo. At the same time, our work to prepare for the COP10/MOP5 biodiversity conference in Nagoya is heating up…

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– Editors

Recent Food Activism in Japan
CUJ: Annul and Scrap the Japan-U.S. Security Treaty and the Japan-U.S. Status-of-Forces Agreement
We Oppose the Introduction of Full-Body Scanning at Japan’s Airports
CUJ: Local Energy Production For Local Energy Consumption
CBIC Closeup: Is It Necessary To Slaughter Cattle And Pigs That Have Foot-and-mouth Disease?
Getting Ready for Nagoya
Planet Diversity Forum