the climate is changing

Five years ago Kamikatsu, in south-western Japan, embarked on an ambitious environmental campaign that, if successful, could become a model for the rest of the country, and beyond. By 2020, the village’s 2,000 residents aim to eliminate the use of landfills and incinerators, and instead recycle or reuse every single item of household waste. The Guardian recently spent a day following the unlikely eco-warriors of Japan’s zero-waste village. Follow the link to see this amazing city, project and landscape.


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