I was browsing the news one day when I stumbled across an interesting sight, an article about what it takes to produce a full newspaper. Medium sized amounts of paper, ink, and wood pulp, and that was just for one newspaper for one day. Of course, this got me thinking if that pretty small amountRead More
Here’s a post submitted by one of our regular readers. When I joined an environmental group, I figured that I could learn some greener methods to deal with my own business while also teaching that big business wasn’t always the enemy for the environment. However, I soon learned about carbon management and the effects thatRead More
Interested in the environment? Curious about how corporations and governments respond to environmental challenges? A bachelors or masters in carbon management can help fulfill the curiosity for many people. Not only do such programs provide students with the knowledge, skills and training they need to succeed in environmental circles, but they can be tweaked toRead More
Being environmentally conscious has become mainstream, especially in developed countries. People are aware of what excessive production and consumption is doing to the planet. Many want to see change, but they are unsure on how to proceed on an individual level. While big corporations are responsible for a large percentage of carbon emissions, they areRead More
The coming decade is pivotal for the future of the planet. Some may find the statement dramatic, but it is the reality. Carbon emissions have reached a level where it will be hard to roll back the impact unless dramatic changes are made immediately. The average person can make changes to reduce their own carbonRead More
GCP-URCM (Global Carbon Project) is a seminar series that takes place in Japan every year. We cover various topics related to climate change and reducing carbon footprints.
Our regular speakers at our annual seminars are Ms. Chisa Umemiya and Mr. Makoto Kato.
Understandably, not everyone can attend these seminars. For this reason, we’ve set up this blog to continue with our ultimate mission: to spread awareness around carbon footprints and the global warming crisis as a whole.