Commitments to action

4 per 1000 Initiative in Yamanashi Prefecture (Japan)

Yamanashi Prefectural Government

Yamanashi Prefectural Government expresses support for FSS (Food Systems Summit) which is held to promote concrete actions for the transformation of Food Systems, for the purpose of delivering all the Sustainable Development Goals.

We are committed to the 4 per 1000 Initiative for contributing to the development of sustainable food systems, especially for “Boosting Nature-Positive Food Production at Scale.”

Commitment

  1. Reducing CO2 emissions which is equivalent to the annual emissions produced by 500 cars by 2030.
  2. Implementing more than 10% of fruit farmers to work on this effort by 2030. 

  3. Promoting sales of environmentally friendly agricultural products for prevention of global warming and appealing to the world.

References

Yamanashi 〜4 per 1000 Initiative〜

Constituency

Member state(s)

Action Area(s)

Boost Nature-Based Solutions of Production

Location

Global

Key contact

Keiji Bannai, Yamanashi Prefectural Government
bannai-bbzv@pref.yamanashi.lg.jp

Keywords

4 per 1000 Initiative
Reduce CO2
Nature Positive

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