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Ocean and Japan Project Public Relations Office Recruiting participants for 5th and 6th grade elementary school students “Kushiro/Akkeshi Sea Future Research Group! 2024” will be held to think about the future of the sea from the present and the

Sea and Japan Project Public Relations Office
[Recruiting participants for 5th and 6th grade elementary school students] “Kushiro/Akkeshi Sea Future Research Team! 2024″ will be held to think about the future of the sea from the present and the changes in the fishing industry around Kushiro!
August 5th (Monday) to August 7th (Wednesday), 2024, 3 days and 2 nights – Kushiro City, Akkeshi Town, Hamanaka Town, Hokkaido – Application deadline: July 7th (Sunday)
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The Hokkaido Marine Culture Forum, a general incorporated association, will hold “Kushiro/Akkeshi Sea Future Research Team! 2024” from August 5th (Monday) to August 7th (Wednesday). This event is part of the Nippon Foundation’s “Ocean and Japan Project,” which connects people through the ocean in order to pass on the rich and beautiful ocean to the next generation.
Official homepage https://hokkaido.uminohi.jp/
Official X (old Twitter) https://twitter.com/hokkaido_umi_jp
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We will explore how fishing has changed over the years, how the types of fish caught have changed, and what influences may have influenced this, from the perspectives of the fisheries industry and science, and create a rich and beautiful ocean for the future. Let’s think about what we can do to connect.
The deadline to apply for participation in “Kushiro/Akkeshi Sea Future Research Team! 2024” is Sunday, July 7th. Please apply using the application form on the HBC homepage
https://www.hbc.co.jp/tv/chosatai2024/.
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-Event Overview-
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Interviews can be conducted at any time and place. The schedule is subject to change.
For details, please contact us using the contact information below. -Group Overview-
Organization name: Hokkaido Marine Culture Forum, general incorporated association
URL: https://www.j-hocf.com/
Activities: We cover people, things, and things related to the sea in Hokkaido and disseminate information through television and other means. In order to connect Hokkaido’s rich ocean to the future, we are collaborating with local companies and organizations to foster a movement that inspires curiosity about the ocean and takes action, especially among children and young people who will lead the next generation. I’m here.
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The sea supports Japanese people’s lives in various ways, sometimes giving them peace of mind, excitement, and inspiration. This is an all-Japan project that aims to encourage people across the country, including children, to view the ongoing environmental deterioration of the ocean as their own, and to expand the circle of action to preserve the ocean for future generations. is.
https://uminohi.jp/
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