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|The Eco-Products exhibition is one of the largest environmental exhibitions in Japan, drawing more than 180,000 business people and consumers interested in environmental issues.
Eco-Products exhibition was launched in 1999 in order to publicize eco-products and to realize an environment-friendly society. Awareness of the global environment, efforts, products and service methods in both society and industry have changed substantially. The scale and business types at the exhibition have also widely expanded. Companies show the innovative technologies and solutions for business, or appeal their products to consumers including children as the future consumers. The national and local governments, NPOs, NGOs, and educational institutes introduce their activities and examples to solve environmental issues.
Japan is now working to reconstruct disaster-stricken areas as a top priority. A decline in the power supply and other consequences of the Great East Japan Earthquake have had a tremendous impact on the Japanese economy and people’s lives, and as the organizer of this event we have strongly reaffirmed the social significance that “Eco Products” have. We believe that we have a large role to play in showing the innovation of environmental and energy technologies and our lifestyles not only to people in the industrial world where an immediate response to electricity restrictions is required, but also to general consumers and the children who will lead the future, and to encourage people to take action.
At the same time, we must turn the "promoting environment-friendliness by making effective use of technology" concept of the Eco-Products exhibition, and the products and services which actualize this concept, into the driving force towards recovery of the Japanese economy from the stagnation caused by this unprecedented catastrophe. We firmly believe that holding this exhibition will lead to the recovery of affected areas.
|Japan Environmental Management Association for Industry (JEMAI)