のすべての出版物 Akira Kimura 。 東京都 、 日本
Since 2011, 64-year-old Yasuo Takamatsu has been looking for the body of his wife Yuko.
A woman went missing during the earthquake and tsunami in Japan.
At first he searched on land, then he learned to be a diver and now dives after his beloved every week.
In the last SMS Yuko wrote: "How are you? I want to go home."
The CEO of SUZUKI Kenji distributes the pedal drive of the stroller
It moves with a light touch of one foot, presented in 600 establishments around the world, its chair helps many people with disabilities to gain confidence in using their feet.
Scientists in Japan have discovered sea slugs that strip themselves of their heads in order to grow a new body.
The head leads an independent lifestyle: in a week it is able to grow a new heart, and in three weeks - a new body.
Japan is gearing up for a new era
In October 2020, the country declared its intention to become carbon neutral by 2050. The government aims to reduce the more than one billion tons of greenhouse gases the country produced in 2018 to 930 million by 2030 and net zero by 2050. Eliminating carbon emissions is particularly critical. Some scientists estimate that global temperatures could be held at 2.1°C or lower by the end of the century due to recent policy changes.