The Japan America Society of Houston Business Lecture series:
“Learning from the Japanese: Going Green”
Although the United States has recently developed a sincere awareness of our fragile environment and ever-changing ecosystem, the men and women of Japan began working on massive efforts of global conservation during the 1970’s.
The Japan America Society of Houston (JASH) is introducing a new lecture series to the greater Houston community entitled, “Learning from the Japanese – Going Green.”
JASH is working directly with our sister city in Japan (Chiba) to provide eco-minded, Japanese experts for an informative lecture series. Our first lecture will focus on the elements and achievements of Recycling. Mr. Kohji Hayakawa, an expert in the recycling efforts of Japan will be lecturing to a limited audience about the advancements of Japanese recycling.
This lecture and luncheon will provide volumes of interesting information that we, as Houstonians, can use as an innovative tool to foster progress in our own community.
The cost (lecture and luncheon) is $55.00 per attendee and may be purchased online through The Japan America Society of Houston website.
The luncheon, following the lecture, will be catered by Kubo’s Sushi Bar and Grille.
If you would like to become a part of this extraordinary event, please contact us (seating is limited).
The Japan America Society of Houston
4801 Woodway Dr.
Houston, TX 77056
Telephone: (713) 963-0121
Fax: (713) 963-8270