An unimaginable number and variety of creatures living in harmony, supporting one another and collectively reaping the benefits of nature… we call this ‘biodiversity’. Allow us to introduce organizations and projects that help communicate the value of biodiversity.
At the tenth meeting of the Conference of the Parties (COP 10) held in Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, the parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity and their partners agreed to create ‘a new era of living in harmony with Nature’ by 2050. The committee promotes a wide range of activities in order to encourage as many people as possible to get in touch with nature and living things, to help protect biodiversity, and to help communicate its value to all.
Act now to protect biodiversity!
The Nijyu-maru Project proposes 20 types of activities for helping preserve biodiversity and to meet the Aichi Biodiversity Targets. Please take a look at the list to find actions you can engage in! A big green thumbs up to those of you who successfully adopted an action!
To follow the Nijyu-maru lifestyle, please click here!
Sharing information that may help protect biodiversity and enable us to continue to enjoy nature’s blessings. Let each and every one of us think and act so that we can help preserve Earth’s rich biodiversity.
The latest biodiversity news.
This is the Ministry of Education’s website on biodiversity. The website carries the slogan, ‘Let’s save all life on Earth’, and introduces biodiversity-related treaties and events.
Click here to learn more about biodiversity!
All living things on Earth are interconnected and we are part of that bond. CEPA Japan undertakes a wide range of activities to help people become more familiar with biodiversity issues.
Click here for more information about CEPA Japan.