Save our Biodiversity -- Green Wave 2018 Report

OISCA members, CFP school's students and many friends participated actively in the Green Wave 2018!

The Green Wave is a global biodiversity campaign to educate children and youth about biodiversity. Towards 2020, last year of the United Nations Decade on Biodiversity (2011-2020), the United Nations has been appealing more vigorously for its promotion worldwide. 

OISCA was received the certificate of Green Wave Official Partner by UNDB-J  Proxy Chairman.
OISCA was received the certificate of Green Wave Official Partner by UNDB-J Proxy Chairman.

On March 13, 2018, OISCA, together with 7 other Japanese organizations, was appointed as Green Wave Official Partner by Japan’s Ministry of the Environment and Japan Committee for the United Nations Decade on Biodiversity (UNDB-J) in Tokyo. The appointment is thanks to OISCA’s contribution and international collaboration for implementing the Green Wave activities.

 

   In Japan, “Green Wave Asakura Water Source Forest Development” in Fukuoka Prefecture held on March 11 spearheaded OISCA’s Green Wave activities of the year. A total of 140 participants including trainees at the OISCA Nishi Nippon Training Center planted wild cherry trees, Forsythia and other species.

We could find a lark's nest at project site. (June, 2017)
We could find a lark's nest at project site. (June, 2017)

 Moreover, at the site of the Coastal Forest Restoration Project in Natori, Miyagi Prefecture, this year’s volunteer activities started on April 21. The participants numbering 124 persons carried out such field work as making drainage. At the planting site, it has become possible to observe various animals and plants. According to a survey conducted by the Forestry Agency last year, it has been confirmed that 337 plant species, 278 insect species and 43 bird species are inhabiting in the area. Thus, the project has been proven to be contributing to the recovery of biodiversity. 

She tells classmate what she learned in Japan at her school in Mongolia.
She tells classmate what she learned in Japan at her school in Mongolia.

 Tree planting and silvicultural activities were also carried out mainly by CFP participating schools in various foreign countries. In Mongolia, the children who visited Japan as CFP Children’s Goodwill Ambassadors are leading the activities and at a school in Bulgan Province, they planted on May 7 Mongolian cherry, acacia and other tree species. They visited other schools in Ulaanbaatar, the Capital City and Erdent City and carried out planting activities with school children. 

  In Uzbekistan which is tackling anti-desertification, 20 students at Nukus Branch School of Tashkent Agricultural University and 22 members of NPO “Greengrassroots” from Toyota City, Aichi Prefecture who visited the country as volunteers planted 5,000 seedlings of Saxaul tree. It was the first planting using the seedlings raised at the school.

 

   OISCA, ever since having concluded a cooperative agreement with the Secretariat of the UN Convention on Biological Diversity in 2010, has been tackling the conservation of biodiversity on the whole earth through various projects. In the future, as one of the Green Wave Official Partners, OISCA intends to strengthen cooperation with Japanese government agencies and make further contribution in Japan and other countries.

The link of each country reports

・China (report1

・Fiji (report1/ report2/ report3/ report4/ report5) 

・Indonesia (report1/ report2/ report3/ report4/ report5/ report6/ report7/ report8/ report9/ report10/ report11/ report12/ report13/ report14/ report15/ report16/ report17/ report18/ report19/ report20/ report21/ report22/ report23/ report24/ report25/ report26/ report27/ report28/ report29/ report30/ report31/ report32/ report33/ report34/ report35/ report36/ report37/ report38/ report39/ report40/ report41/ report42/ report43/ report44/ report45/ report46/ report47/ report48/ report49/ report50/ report51/ report52/ report53/ report54/ report55/ report56/ report57/ report58/ report59/ report60/ report61/ report62/ report63/ report64/ report65/ report66/ report67/ report68/ report69/ report70/ report71/ report72/ report73/ report74/ report75/ report76/ report77/ report78/ report79/ report80/ report81/ report82/ report83/ report84/ report85/ report86/ report87/ report88) 

・Malaysia (report1

Philippines (report1/ report2/ report3/ report4/ report5/ report6/ report7/ report8/ report9/ report10/ report11/ report12/ report13/ report14/ report15/ report16/ report17/ report18/ report19/ report20/ report21/ report22/ report23/ report24/ report25/ report26/ report27/ report28/ report29/ report30/ report31/ report32/ report33/ report34/ report35/ report36/ report37/ report38/ report39/ report40/ report41/ report42/ report43/ report44/ report45/ report46/ report47/ report48/ report49/ report50/ report51

Sri Lanka (report1/ report2/ report3/ report4/ report5/ report6/ report7/ report8/ report9

・Thailand (report1/ report2/ report3

・Uzbekistan (report1

・Japan (report1/ report2/ report3/ report4/ report5/ report6/ report7/ report8/ report9/ report10/ report11/ report12/ report13/ report14/ report15/ report16/ report17/ report18

・Hong Kong (report1/ report2/ report3/ report4/ report5/ report6/ report7/ report8/ report9/ report10/ report11/ report12/ report13/ report14/ report15/ report16/ report17/ report18/ report19/ report20/ report21/ report22/ report23/ report24/)

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