Environmental Cooperation Projects
Backed by its expertise and knowledge, the Ministry of the Environment
organizes workshops and seminars for developing countries to promote
efforts in various areas such as pollution control, nature conservation,
global environmental conservation, environmental education, and
environmental monitoring. In addition, cooperation is being provided
in the development of guidelines and manuals, environmental information,
policy planning support, and basic research in these areas. Also,
joint research is being conducted with researchers in developing
countries through the National Institute for Environmental Studies
and National Institute for Minamata Disease.
Through these efforts, the Ministry of the Environment also contributes
to the implementation of the measures provided in international
treaties for environmental conservation.
Build an information system on water quality conservation
and support Johkasou system technology
Hold overseas seminars to provide systematic know-how about
the waste treatment technology of Japan
Develop materials for environmental education, etc.