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Workshop: “Green Infrastructure Starting from Gardens in Temples and Shrines” 

On the 22nd of October 2019, the second volunteer cleaning activity at Shinrensha Temple Garden and the first workshop about green infrastructure were ...Read more

Cleaning workshop at Shinrensha Temple 

On July 4, 2019, a garden cleaning workshop was held at Shinrensha Temple. This event was organised by Dr. Ivars (Researcher at OUIK), Dr. Mamadowa (A ...Read more

Urban Biocultural Diversity: “Urban realities and urban nature” Reading Workshop in South Africa

During the first week of April, 13 researchers from around the world met in East London, South Africa to publish a book on urban biocultural diversity ...Read more

Garden Cleaning Workshop of a Kanazawa City Designated Cultural Property

Maintaining a garden is laborious work. In particular, gardens such as Senda Family’s Garden, which has a large pond that draws water from canals, req ...Read more

IMAGINE KANAZAWA 2030 to localize SDGs in Kanazawa

Sorry, this entry is only available in Japanese. ...Read more

Biocultural Walking workshop introduced in Future Earth Blog

In April 2018, OUIK hosted Biocultural walking workshop proposed by Stockholm Resilience Center and IR3S, the University of Tokyo. Prominent internati ...Read more

Workshop on Japanese garden and eco-system services held in kanazawa

6th workshop on Japanese garden and eco-system services has been organized at Shinrensha temple, Kanazawa city. The workshop report is available. ...Read more

Launch of new partnership to promote SDGs business in Kanazawa

On 30 August 2017, OUIK and several organizations, including Junior Chamber Kanazawa (JC Kanazawa), Kanazawa Institute of Technology (KIT), and Hokuri ...Read more

Field study session at Higashiyama-Higashi and Utatsu-Sanroku, preserved districts in Kanazawa

Operating Unit Ishikawa/Kanazawa (OUIK) is assessing the urban impact of depopulation on the cultural landscape of Utatsu-Sanroku and Higashiyama-Higa ...Read more

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