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Prof. AOYAMA, Yasushi

Ryozanpaku graduate school design

I thought acutely that the place where the man of a different field argues about a policy across boundaries was required, working for 36 years in the Metropolitan Government Of TOKYO.There is a place which tells present Japan a system.Moreover, there are many people who tell a system and a method.However, there is no place which argues synthetically, for example about concrete subjects, such as development in front of a station, activation of a shopping center, fullness of a community welfare, and environmental management. At the graduate school in the center of Tokyo, a head, an assemblyman, the personnel, a businessman and a scholar, and a student cross an area, and inquire exceeding an occupational description, and I think if the Ryozanpaku which is useful to creation development of a policy can be formed.It is the graduate school which can obtain an intellectual stimulus, managing [ rather than separating from work ] hard work.

Professor, Graduate School of Governance Studies, Meiji University

New publication

"Urban Agriculture Era" - A reversal offensive towards food security begins. Published by the National Chamber of Agriculture Publishing date6/30/2023

Critical food self-sufficiency rate Shows measures to protect agriculture A collection of columns containing 56 articles on "City Development with Agriculture" serialized in the National Agricultural Newspaper. gUrban agriculture,h where urban and agricultural coexist, has been managed by small-scale farmers continuously in a variety of ways, conveying the value of agriculture to urban residents and providing them with affluence. Japan's agriculture, which was forced to make sacrifices in the course of its rapid economic growth, is now facing an era of reversal offensive due to changes in consumer attitudes, responses to food security and climate change. He argues that the time has come to protect and enhance urban agriculture by focusing on fostering small-scale farmers as a national policy to prepare for food crises in urban areas, and by proactively investing in farmland by local governments. For details, please visit the National Chamber of Agriculture

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