Last Update 3 July 2014 Japanese page is here!
"Striving for Gion Festival with NO rubbish!"
Its colorful illustrations were, as usual, drawn by well-known environmental cartoonist High Moon (Takatsuki Hiroshi, Director of Kyoto's Miyako Ecology Center, and professor emeritus of Kyoto University).
This year's calendar was inspired by JEE's popular character, the Eco-neko. It documents his travels all around Japan toinvestigate important centers of environmental activities, and records the haiku he wrote at each place he visited.
Its bilingual text makes it a useful study tool, and an attractive Christmas gift for friends.
We look forward to receiving your order!
What is J.E.E. ?
J.E.E. stands for Japan Environmental Exchange. It is a citizens' non-profit
organization dedicated to environmental education. J.E.E. disseminates information
on environmental issues and carries out international exchanges between
people working for the environment. In addition to publishing our annual
Eco-Calendar, J.E.E. also publishes and distributes High Moon's GOMIC, eco-cartoon
book series, as well as his book of essays and cartoons about the environment,