"New Social Challenges" mission area

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Sustainable and resilient social system for healthy nature

This prioritized theme, covering multiple social issues, aims to build a new circulating society system. It aims to find solutions based on scientific knowledge and technological development, and feed back solution impact evaluations to make our human and natural environments more sustainable and resilient.
The prioritized theme in FY2022 focuses on R&D that aims to solve social issues by combining multiple perspectives of "Food, Water, and Environment" and "Consumption and Production" while taking into account their relationship with "Decarbonation and Energy" and "Climate change, Disaster, and Infrastructure. " We put emphasis on R&D that includes our key concepts "novel creation of environment" and "maintenance of life and living organisms and utilization of biological resources."

R&D Projects

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<Adopted in FY2022> R&D Project TitleSummaryR&D Period
Development of integrated systems of power generation and agriculture based on effective utilization of solar energy
IE Yutakaexlink
Development of integrated systems of power generation and agriculture based on effective utilization of solar energy
(PDF:374KB)
2022.10-
Innovative crop production with adjustment of flower opening time in the era of global warming
ISHIMARU Tsutomuexlink
Innovative crop production with adjustment of flower opening time in the era of global warming
(PDF:453KB)
2022.10-
Construction of energy and food circulation system by integrating urban metabolic system and coastal ecosystem
FUJIWARA Takuexlink
Construction of energy and food circulation system by integrating urban metabolic system and coastal ecosystem
(PDF:362KB)
2022.10-
Environmental and social impact assessment to realize nature positive through the industry-government-community partnership
MANAGI Shunsukeexlink
Environmental and social impact assessment to realize nature positive through the industry-government-community partnership
(PDF:300KB)
2022.10-
Realization of Material & Energy Circulation Technology Based on Biomass Resources
YABU Hiroshiexlink
Realization of Material & Energy Circulation Technology Based on Biomass Resources
(PDF:296KB)
2022.10-

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