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Environmental Planning

Our mission is to make our environment a place where people and nature coexist in harmony. We achieve this by protecting the environment and conserving/rehabilitating ecosystems.

Our surroundings consist of a large range of environmental elements, including our everyday environment, the natural environment that supports extensive ecosystems, and our amenity environment. These elements are premised on the health of the natural environment, which is the basis for the survival of mankind.

On top of conventional concerns regarding air and water pollution, other issues regarding sustainable practices that have been making the headlines recently include waste disposal, new chemical substances, the reduction of natural environments, and global warming. As group of environmental science professionals, we provide solutions to protect today’s natural environment and conserve it for the next generation.

Environmental Conservation Measures and Environmental Creation

  • Creation of an artificial tidal flat (Mikawa Bay)
    Creation of an artificial tidal flat (Mikawa Bay)
  • Road environments
  • Water quality conservation (rivers, lakes, sea area, groundwater)
  • Waterfront environments with natural diversity
  • Marshes and biotopes
  • Artificial tidal flats and shallow water areas
  • Natural park facilities

Nature Rehabilitation Projects

  • Conservation and rehabilitation of habitats
  • Evaluation of ecosystem functions
  • Adaptive management of wildlife and ecosystems

Environmental Management Planning

  • Preparation of a regional Environmental Management Plan
    Preparation of a regional Environmental Management Plan
  • Municipal/regional governments
  • River basins, rivers, lakes and sea areas
  • Environmental monitoring system (air, noise, water quality)
  • Global warming mitigation measures

Survey and Planning for Building Sound Material Cycle Society

  • Image of an improved Tokyo Bay Source: ‘Our Tokyo Bay’ (Committee for rehabilitation of healthy Tokyo Bay)
    Image of an improved Tokyo Bay Source: ‘Our Tokyo Bay’ (Committee for rehabilitation of healthy Tokyo Bay)
  • Recycled material use
  • Life-cycle assessment
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