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             + The three types of relations
             + The four activities
So that we can take various approaches to creating opportunities to think about the Earth, we concentrate on four main types of activity, based on three types of relations.

The three types of relations are:

+ Business relations: Building mechanisms for contributing to society
   through business 

+ Social relations: To leave the Earth a beautiful place for our children,
   who carry our hopes for the next generation 

+ Public relations: Creating opportunities to think about the Earth 

The four activities
{Project making
{Providing learning opportunities for companies and NPOs
{Providing the latest news and information on Earth-related topics
{Supporting work to build a better future for the world's children
Project making: Developing products and services with new ideas
001 wn-2 Earth watches (2001)
002 "One Hundred Years of Idiocy" photo book(2002)
003 Online donations(2002-2004)
004 Peace Ball Campaign(2002)
005 "Global Change in One Second" book&TV(2003-2011)
006 Denim Recycling Campaign(2003)
007 Water Planet Campaign(2004-2008)
008 Music for LOHAS(2004)
009 "Using Your Wallet to Change the World" book(2005)
010 "ECOYOMI" calendar picture book(2005-)
011 "live earth" mobile application(2005-)
012 "earthrium" online globe program(2006-)
013 "Climate Change +2 Degrees Celsius" book(2006)
014 "awarewearcollabo." (2007)
015 "Stories of Biodiversity" book(2007)
016 "Kaminari (Lightening) * Think the Earth" bag(2007)
017 "Stories of Water" book(2008)
018 "Think the Earth Paper" free magazine(2007-)
019 "Stories of Food" book(2009)
020 Water School(2009-)
021 Digital Planetarium(2010-)




Providing learning opportunities for companies and NPOs

2001
Joint study groups with NPOs we support and partner companies

2002
Seminars and salon
Case studies of CSR communications in the West, collaboration between companies and NPOs, issues for Japan from an overseas perspective, social marketing

2003
Social design meetings
From a "shohi" (consumer) society to a "kyohi" society (one in which consumption actively builds and enriches connections with others), socially responsible investment, eco-communities, changing the way we work
Ecological Market Economy Forum (Hosted by E-square/Future 500)

2004-2006
Seminar and salon: Flexibility on a Global Scale
Coordinator: Shinichi Takemura

The 2nd Ecological Market Economy Forum
(Co-hosted by E-square/Future 500/G-Project/Think the Earth Project)

2007
Seminar and salon:Voice from frontline of Climate Change

2008-2010
Seminar and salon:Earth Communication




Providing the latest news and information on Earth-related topics
== Information posted on the Website
- Think Daily supported by NTT DATA
 ...Earth News
 ...Earth Report
- Online shopping
== Participation in events
Earth Day, eco-products exhibitions etc.
== Public relations, publicity




Supporting work to build a better future for the world's children

We assist a number of NPOs giving children in developing nations a chance to survive and thrive, including:
CARE International Japan
Japan Committee "Vaccines for the World's Children"
Save the Children Japan
SHAPLA NEER = Citizens' Committee in Japan for Overseas Support

and will continue seeking practical ways to help children have a better future.