Energy-Short Japan Eyes Renewable Future

Energy-Short Japan Eyes Renewable Future

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At Tokyo’s Meiji Gakuin University, professor Keiko Tanaka has been teaching classes with half as much lighting as usual and with less reliance on computers and other electricity-hogging tools. She now often gets out her chalk and eraser to use the blackboard.

But with tsunami-torn Japan’s electricity system struggling, she wonders whether her fellow citizens will commit to the level of energy savings the nation needs…

Read Full Article, National Geographic

Japan rethinks Its Energy Policy, Nature News

Japan Promotes Super Cool Biz Energy Saving Campaign, BBC

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