No. 94 Global Warming Prevention Exhibition 2017

2017/05/12 更新   Environmental Reportsのトピックス

The Akasaka office of the Environmental Business Research Institute will serve as the secritariat and have an exhibit for the Global Warming Prevention Exhibition 2017.

With the rise in economic growth in Japan and around the world, a variety of environmental problems have now become major social issues, including pollution, increasing CO2 emissions, waste disposal, and a variety of other issues. With this, expectations are growing for businesses to deploy solutions, such as environmental conservation, the recycling of resources, shift to renewable energy sources, and energy conservation. This growing atmosphere of environmental consciousness has seen a shift in focus to the development of environmentally friendly businesses. This year will see the “Global Warming Prevention Exhibition 2017” to be held at Tokyo Big Site.

The Environmental Business Research Institute is a group of companies that develop superior environmentally conscious products and services. At the exhibition, we will be introducing the institute and displaying exhibits for many of the member companies.

The following 14 companies will present exhibits, Urban Systems Inc., Terada Iron Works Co., Ltd., Control Union Japan Co., Ltd., Techno-Koubou Co., Ltd., EMS-KKGK Co., Ltd., The Japan Corporate Social Responsibility Association, Oohashi Co., Ltd., Ohtsubo Electric Co., Ltd., Hasegawa Electric Industry Co., Ltd., Kyokuto Boeki Kaisha, Ltd., Green Dot International Limited, Moriyoshi Chemical Co., Ltd.,, Wild Deep, Inc., and Green Front Research Institute Co., Ltd.
We hope everyone will come and visit us at the exhibition.

“Global Warming Prevention Exhibition 2017” (N-EXPO 2017 to be held concurrently)
Tokyo Big Sight – East Hall
Date: May 23, 2017 (Tuesday) to May 26, 2017 (Friday).
Time: 10 AM-5 PM (venue closes at 4 PM on final day).
Environmental Business Research Institute Booth: East Hall 4, D 406
Admission: 1,000 Yen (register in advance on the Internet and admission is free with special invitation ticket).


See: “Global Warming Prevention Exhibition”