The Kitakyushu Urban Centre (KUC) aims to be a local hub for zero-carbon cities, proposing measures and disseminating best practices to encourage municipalities in Kyushu to make the transition to a decarbonised society. Under cityto- city collaboration between municipalities that include Kitakyushu and overseas cities, KUC supports the transfer and implementation of environmental measurements and technologies, and works to make practical changes at the local level under the themes of decarbonisation, circular economy, green growth and the SDGs.
Kitakyushu Urban Centre (KUC) co-hosted “Lessons for Japan’s Circular Economic Future” with the Institute of Asian and Oceanian Studies and Education, Kyushu University.To explore the challenges and opportunities that Japan faces in the process
Learn from the Front-runner Practices of Creating Synergy Effects from Renewable Energy by Visiting Two Zero-Carbon Cities in Kyushu, Japan
In 2021, Japan announced its Green Growth Strategy, setting out a roadmap for key technologies in line with its commitment on carbon neutrality by 2050. Japan has embarked on several initiatives on transformative technology in key sectors, with the a