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Annual Report on the Environment in Japan 2006

Overview1: Population Decline and the Environment
Overview2: Fifty Years of Minamata Disease,Origin of Japan's Environmental Problems

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To Our Readers [PDF 34KB]

Contents [PDF 26KB]

Annual Report on the Environment in FY 2005

Part One: Overview [PDF 17KB]
Overview 1. Population Decline and the Environment [PDF 58KB]
Introduction
Chapter 1. Environment in the Declining Population Era [PDF 1,808KB]
Section 1. Demographic Trends and the Environment
Section 2. Uneven Regional Population Distribution and the Environment
Chapter 2. Creating a Sustainable Society Compatible with a Dwindling Population [PDF 678KB]
Section 1. Opportunities for Creating a Sustainable Society
Section 2. Initiatives Started for Creating a Sustainable Society Conclusion
Overview 2. Fifty Years of Minamata Disease, Origin of Japan's Environmental Problems [PDF 443KB]
Section 1. What is Minamata Disease?
Section 2. Emergence and Expansion of Minamata Disease
Section 3. Remedies for the Harm Caused by Minamata Disease
Section 4. Projects for Addressing Environmental Pollution
Section 5. Toward Revitalizing Local Communities and Transferring Valuable Lessons

Part Two
Current Environmental Issues and Government Environmental Conservation Measures
[PDF 484KB]

Environmental Conservation Measures to be Implemented in FY 2006

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