The 2nd Environmental Creation Symposium -Let's Share Ideas about Fukushima's Future-.

The Centre held the 2nd Environmental Creation Symposium -Let's Share Ideas about Fukushima's Future- on December 2, 2018(sun). The children's presentation of science projects and the childcare lecture were concurrently held. Many people visited the sympsium and these events.
The Centre presented information on environmental restoration and environmental creation in collaboration with various groups conducting environmental activities in the prefecture, and it shared ideas on the future of the environment in Fukushima with the local citizens.

1. Panel discussion

Now and the futureof Fukushima's Environment - Think about future ideas to recover the vigor of Fukushima
Facilitator: Hirohide Ito (NHK announcer)
Panelists: Kumikko Shiratori (Tanpopo/comedian), Yoshiteru Nishi (chef exclusive to the Japan National Football Team), Kyoko Oba (Japan Atomic Energy Agency), Kuni Kanno (Nico Nico Kanno Farm), Honoka Watanabe (Asaka Reimei High School)


Panelists from a wide range of occupations and ages discussed the Great Earthquake and the current state of the disaster reconstruction, and they exchanged ideas about what we can do in our lives for Fukushima's future thirty years from now.

2. Booth exhibition

In the booth exhibition, thity-two organizations presented their activities for environmental recovery and environmental creation in Fukushima and deepned exchange with each other.


 The National Institute of Radiological Science, and Einstin (NPO)


 The National Institute of Public Health, and the Institute for Integrated Radiation and Nuclear Scince, Kyoto University


 Fukushima Medical University
 Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute (Forest Research and Management Organization) 


 Radiation Measuremnt Dpartment, the Centre for Environmental Creation


 Environmental Dynamics Department, the Centre for Environmntal Creation
 The children's presentatin of science projcts, held on he same day, was also very lively with many visitors.


 Elementary school children from the Tamura Area presented posters of their summer science projects.


 The concurrently held childcare lecture also gatherd many participants (hosted by Miharu Town).