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.
The 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.
Japanfs situation in these two years truly is in need of urgent solutions for energy and power supply issues. Japan is now being closely watched by the rest of the world as to how we will rebuild ourselves from here. However, if we can show them a brighter future that waits for us, it would also lead to a brighter future for the world.
Japanfs exceptional environmental/energy technologies also play important roles in reducing environmental burdens on a global scale and developing a sustainable economy. Technologies that the Eco-Products Exhibition has been showing such as smart communities, natural energy-related technologies, eco houses, eco vehicles, energy saving appliances, etc., will be the keys to innovations.
The theme for Eco-Products 2012 is gThe Greener, The Smarter -The Future We Will Choose.h We must choose what is necessary for the new future and incorporate them into our lives and societies. gAccumulationh of such actions is more important now than ever. Japan has a great number of exceptional technologies and know-how involving environment and energy, most of which can be seen in this exhibition. A big action to change our future for the better lives and societies waits for us.
We look forward to seeing everyone who hopes to take the first step for the new future at the Eco-Products Exhibition.
Japan Environmental Management Association for Industry (JEMAI)
- The 14th Eco-Products 2012
- December 13th (Thu) - 15th (Sat), 2012
- Opening Hours:
- 10:00am - 6:00pm (until 5:00pm on the last day)
- Tokyo Big Sight (Tokyo International Exhibition Center)
- Organized by:
- Japan Environmental Management Association for Industry (JEMAI)
- Number of Exhibitors:
- 711 (752 in 2011)
- Number of Booths:
- 1,735 (1,747 in 2011)
- Expected Number of Visitors:
- 185,000 (181,487 in 2011)
- Prospecive Visitors:
- --Business executives, Managers, Business purchasing depts., Environmental management depts.,
Product development depts., Corporate strategy depts., Social activity depts., etc.
--Municipal / Government regional development depts., Purchase depts., Environmental depts., etc.
--Industrial organizations, Local business / Commercial organizations, etc.
--Consumers (Families, Housewives, Students, Elementary / Junior-high / High school students)
--NPO / NGO environmental groups, Citizen groups, Persons with interest in the environment
- Supported by:
- Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry; Ministry of the Environment; Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology; Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism; Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries; Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare; Nippon Keidanren (Japan Business Federation); Keizai Doyukai (Japan Association of Corporate Executives); The Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry; The Tokyo Chamber of Commerce and Industry; New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization; Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO); Tokyo Metropolitan Government; Saitama Prefecture; Kanagawa Prefecture; Chiba Prefecture (Random order)
- Nippon Association of Consumer Specialists, Green Purchasing Network (GPN), Japan Environment Association, Japan Federation of Primary School Principals Association, Japan Private Elementary School Federation, All Japan Junior High School Principals' Association, National Association of Upper Secondary School Principals, The National Federation of Schools Attached to National Universities, Japan Primary and Middle School Environmental Education Forum, Environmental Protection Association of Private Universities, The National Association of Principals of Technical Senior High Schools, The Principal Society of Nationwide Commercial High Schools, The National Association of Principals of Agricultural Senior High Schools (Random order)
- Media Cooperation:
- Nikkei BP EcoManagement Forum, Nikkei Ecology, ecomom, everblue/Field Life, Eco Goo, Kyoiku Shinbun, GREENSTYLE, J-WAVE, Japan Educational Press (Random order)