Tag archives for Japan
Wind power potential in Japan is still at an early stage. But GE has rolled out a wind turbine the company says is ripe for the Japanese market.
Panasonic is running a “Shut Out the Darkness” Campaign that encourages designers to submit their design for solar lanterns, which will then be distributed worldwide to those living off the grid.
Nuclear energy is a clean technology that produces no emissions, provides high-paying jobs and could be a viable alternative bridging us when renewables can truly scale and power the world. Unfortunately, the Fukushima disaster 2 ½ years ago spooked many ...
This week the government of Japan inked an agreement that will permit Japanese firms to earn carbon credits within the southeast Asian nation of Laos.
No Trip to Kyoto, or Japan for that matter, is complete without a visit to Nijo Castle, which oozes Japanese aesthetic.
Panasonic is among the global companies taking climate change more seriously, Obama's speech last week notwithstanding.
In the United Kingdom, Wrag Wrap aims to turn unwanted tents into reusable gift wrap.
Got open loop recycling? We hear about companies developing closed loop recycling systems, many sustainability professionals consider to be the holy grail of turning trash into treasure. But open loop recycling - also known as downcycling - is still going strong and ...
2012 was an eventful year for myself and GreenGoPost.com, and I will continue my focus on sustainability and CSR; not to mention regions like the Middle East and the Balkans.
UNEP studied five countries and found that depleted natural capital could harm the financial long-term health and cause huge credit risks in the long run.
Last week representatives from the Qatar Foundation visited Tokyo during a week of festivities to in part develop business ties focused on solar energy.
Noelle Hirsch discusses several communities who have chosen to incorporate practices like recycled building materials, natural lighting and energy-efficient power sources as they rebuilt broken towns.