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Exhibitor Information

ANIMAL-PATHWAY & WILDLIFE ASSOCIATION(APWA)

Let’s make everyone know about the wild animal-pathway ~ protect the forest and wild life though animal-pathway ~
Also illustrating the cases of local roads and highways constructions, as well as monitoring videos of arboreal animals using animal pathways. There will be picture leaflets for children.

Exhibition Category

  • Bio-diversity
  • Construction Architecture/Building Materials
  • Education, Learning Support
  • Research and academic achievements announced
  • Environmentally friendly, eco-activities

Corporate Information

Section Head office
Address 2-27-4,Minamiooizumi,Nerima-ward,Tokyo 178-0064 JAPAN
Phone 090-7404-2652
e-mail info@animalpathway.org
URL https://en.animal-pathway.jp/

Environmentally conscious aspects

  • Improving materials used in manufacturing
  • Reducing energy/water use during manufacturing
  • Reducing waste/emissions during manufacturing
  • Saving energy/water use during customer use
  • Lowering pollution/emissions during customer use
  • Reducing the amount of waste at the time of disposal
  • Reducing hazardous substances and pollution emitted by waste disposal
  • Displaying environmental information
  • Extending product life
  • Substituting services for goods
  • Better product/service features
Protect the forest and Arboreal animals though Animal- pathway
Animalpathway for Arboreal Animals over Public Road in Hokuto City
Confirmation of Squirrel usage on Animalpathway

Summary of Business

“Animal-pathway” is a new phrase created by the Animal-Pathway Research Society. The Animal-
Pathway Research Society was founded by 2 major construction companies and JDPR(Japanese Dormuse Research Society), both of whom gathered at the 2004 NGO/NPO round-table conference for The Keidanren Committee of on Nature Conservation and Corporations. “Animal-pathway” is a coined phrase using both the words ‘animal’ and ‘pathway’. It is literally a path for all animals, but in particular arboreal wild animals. It is a human-made crossover bridge to connect the forests. Our mission is the conservation of arboreal wildlife by installing and promoting “Animal-pathway”, which is a road for arboreal wildlife. Through “Animal-pathway”, we educate and raise awareness about the importance of biodiversity conservation of the forest, which will have a profound effect on our future generations.

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