The Panasonic Group has been initiating to reduce CO2 emissions in order to realize a better life and a more sustainable global environment.
Each of us can make small and various actions "ACT", which will accumulate and lead to a great impact "IMPACT" to resolve global warming issues.
Here at Panasonic GREEN IMPACT PARK, we will study what we can do for the future of our planet by focusing on the reduction of CO2 emissions and recycling resources.
Let's find new ideas for your own action "ACT".

Reduction of CO2 emissions

In the "Reduction of CO2 emissions" area, visitors learn how much CO2 is emitted in society and our daily lives, the types and methods of power generation, and the features of renewable energy.
Through a hands-on experience at the exhibition, we approach the adoption of various methods of generating power, efficient electricity use, and lifestyles that emit less CO2.

Recycling resources

In the "Recycling resources" area, visitors can think about effective ways of using limited resources in our daily lives through hands-on exhibits and displays of the Panasonic Group's specific initiatives involving factories, products, and services.

What Panasonic Group values

Photo image:What Panasonic Group cherishes

For everlasting and irreplaceable everyday lives.
What actions we will take to initiate for global warming.
Panasonic Group is making efforts to reduce CO2 emissions at its factories, in people's lives, and society at large.
We introduce our actions in a picture book for small children.

Let's Think About Air at Kids Air Lab

Photo image:Let's Think About Air at Kids Air Lab

Come experience Kids Air Lab, an outreach program run by Panasonic Heating & Ventilation A/C Company, which teaches the importance of air and nature. Children can have fun learning about environmental air issues through quizzes and other activities. Let's think together how we can protect clean air.

Our Project the"AKARI" Action provides solar lanterns to areas without electricity

Panasonic Group, through its 100 Thousand Solar Lanterns Project, donated 102,716 solar lanterns and other lighting devices to people living in areas without electricity in 30 countries from 2013 to 2018.
The "AKARI" Action Project continues its initiative with an expanded circle of donation sources, including from used books and so on.
To provide as many solar lanterns as possible to regions without electricity, Panasonic Center Tokyo has installed some collection boxes for used books, CDs, DVDs, and similar items.
Please join with us to help light up the future of people living in areas without electricity.
[Details] We accept books with ISBNs, CDs, DVDs, and game software.

GREEN TIGER: Donating discarded items to those in need.

Panasonic Center Tokyo has installed some collection boxes for usable but discarded goods as relieaf supplies for GREEN TIGER, the non-profit general incorporated association. This organization engaged in a project to broadly gather these items that can still be used to gift them to people in need who will find a new use for them.
Please join with us in this project to connect items you are no longer using or no longer want with efforts to help "other people's lives"
[Details] We accept food (that can be stored at room temperature and has at least two months left before the use-by date), daily necessities, toys, miscellaneous goods, towels, clothing, unused-stamps, spoiled postcards, precious metals, coupons, etc.


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How can we address global warming issues and effectively use resources, or what actions are being taken to achieve SDGs? Our library provides a variety of books for both children and adults.
Why don't you pick up and read a book that interests you?
(We are very sorry that no lend out or no sell books.)