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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
Future of food in Japan
Uncertainty clouds the future for healthy food-loving Japanese. Can food self-sufficiency be increased?
From mountain to sea: A vision for the rebuilding of Tohoku
An oyster farming author shows how tsunami-hit Tohoku should rebuild by tapping into the region's rich traditions.
Bye bye nukes in Japan by 2012
Our World 2.0 video interviewed the lead author of a Greenpeace plan that proposes the phase out of Japanese nuclear energy by 2012.
Lessons for Japan from the WorldRiskReport 2011
The WorldRiskReport may help to convey the complexity of disasters and strengthen Japan's adaptive capacities.
Fukushima gives renewable energy a chance
Activists hope the current power saving mood among the Japanese public will translate into strong support for a switch away from nuclear to renewable energy.
Transition Fujino — Prospects for a better future
The people of Transition Town Fujino seek ways of making their community resilient.
Rebuilding after the tsunami: eco- or transition towns?
It is essential to 'build back better' after the tsunami and to create liveable, eco-friendly towns through the participation of the local people.
Land of rising food anxieties
The impact of the ongoing nuclear disaster means Japan's food security situation seems unlikely to improve in the future, unless there are drastic policy changes.
Can Japan go 100% renewable by 2050?
If the goal is to create a secure, low carbon, resilient and safe energy system, then now may be the appropriate time for an objective assessment.
Japan’s peak oil dry run
To start off our Transition Japan series, we look at a whether post-tsunami Japan is experiencing a dry-run for peak oil.
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