Japan Environmental Exchange
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Announcement about Internet publishing of J.E.E. Newsletter

Thank you for subscribing to our J.E.E. newsletter for a long time.
Recently we have been posting the schedule and reports of events, but unfortunately we cannot include additional material as easily as before.
Recently many people have been looking at JEE's website, and the paper-based newsletter has become less important. So, for people who can access Internet, we would like to change to publishing the newsletter via Internet. This will save resources such as paper, printing ink, envelopes, etc. We would appreciate your cooperation.
If you wish to receive the newsletter via Internet, please access JEE's home page and click on the link to provide your name and e-mail address. We will keep your private details strictly confidential.
Of course, if you prefer paper, or do not use internet, we will continue to provide a paper version.
Thank you very much for your cooperation. (From the J.E.E. secretariat).

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2019 J.E.E. Bilingual Eco-Calendar Now On Sale!
"12 Months in Touch with Soil"

calender imageThank you for your interest in the annually-produced Japan Environmental Exchange Eco-calendar. This year’s theme is “12 Months in Touch with Soil.”
The "Soil" under our feet is a solid foundation that supports life. Wanting to get in touch with the earth once again, we found many aspects of soil which we would like to share with you for one year in this calendar.
The artwork is by Mr. High Moon (Hiroshi Takatsuki), who has been illustrating the Eco-calendar for 28 years, since production began. He is the Director of Kyoto’s Miyako Ecology Center and emeritus professor, Kyoto University.
The calendar’s bilingual text (in Japanese and English) makes it a useful study tool. Phases of the moon are also shown. Please share it with people who are close to you. Together with the calendar, we include complimentary eco-postcards and a mini-calendar.
We look forward to receiving your order!

Further details: A4 size closed (A3 hanging on wall); 28 pages, printed on environmentally-friendly paper in full color with UV ink using natural wind power, biomass and solar energy; price: ¥900 including tax (with 10% discount on 10 copies or more, 20% on 50 copies or more) – postage not included.

To order: Please send a postcard, fax or e-mail to J.E.E., writing clearly your name, phone number, address, and the number of copies that you wish to receive. J.E.E. will include the bill for your order, and you can pay by postal transfer (yubin furikomi).

For more information here


What is J.E.E. ?

J.E.E. stands for Japan Environmental Exchange. It is a citizens' non-profit organization dedicated to environmental education. J.E.E. disseminates information on environmental issues and carries out international exchanges between people working for the environment. In addition to publishing our annual Eco-Calendar, J.E.E. also publishes and distributes High Moon's GOMIC, eco-cartoon book series, as well as his book of essays and cartoons about the environment, Picturecology.
We also put out a monthly information sheet, hold Green English classes and discussions, perform an original environmental puppet theater that stars the "Eco-neko".
J.E.E. carries a range of environmentally- friendly goods such as chopstick pouches, fair trade handicrafts, and T-shirts and cloth shopping bags with delightful illustrations by High Moon on them. Please consider becoming a member or making a purchase to support our activities!

One year membership fees

2,000yen (Regular membership)
4,500yen (Group/Organization membership)

Fee made payable to postal transfer account: 01090-9-16846 (Account name: J.E.E.)

Current Activities and Projects

Publications

High Moon Studio Gallery

Environmental Booklets - Free!
"How to Reduce Waste, Recycle and Dispose of Garbage in Kyoto City"

Original Eco-Goods
(List of postcards & greeting cards)

1000 PEACE women: a touring exhibition

Report on the 40th Anniversary Gala of Public Citizen

 

From the Newsletter in June & July

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Please make inquiries using the contact form

Japan Environmental Exchange
Main Office

34 minami kamifusa-cho, koyama, kita-ku, Kyoto. 603-8149
TEL&FAX: 075-417-3417
E-mail: info@jeeeco.org
URL: http://www.jeeeco.org/indexE.html

J.E.E. Kanto office

67 Shoji Fujikawaguchiko-machi , minamitsuru-gun, Yamanashi-ken Japan 401-0200
TEL: 080-3534-4176
E-mail: qyt06004@nifty.com

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