"G7/Earth Day Open Forum Hokkaido" will be held on April 15th and 16th.


The "G7 Sapporo Climate, Energy and Environment Ministers' Meeting" will be held in Sapporo on April 15th and 16th, 2023. In conjunction with this, the "G7/Earth Day Open Forum Hokkaido" was held to openly discuss the "environment" and send a message to the world to think about and act on the society we want. Masu. The following three events will mainly be held at this forum, all of which are events to share environmental conservation efforts and challenges in Hokkaido, the whole country, and the world.

Faculty members from our university also participate as members in the "G7/Earth Day Open Forum Hokkaido."

Open forum to think about the global environment from Hokkaido

While Hokkaido has a thriving primary industry and tourism industry backed by a rich natural environment, it also faces various environmental problems.
The forum will include three breakout sessions and a general discussion.

  • Venue: Sapporo City Sapporo Odori High School 1F DORI Space (under adjustment)
  • Date and time: April 15th (Sat) 10:00-17:30, April 16th (Sun) 9:30-16:00
  • free entrance
  • Capacity: 100 people each at the venue and online *Advance registration is required. First come first served
Exhibition exchange session

We reconfirm that community-based activities, centered on Hokkaido, are contributing to solving global issues, and by sharing issues and efforts, we can discover hints and new perspectives on issues, and This will serve as a stepping stone to building a partnership to address these issues.
On Saturday the 15th, we will also have time for an exchange session between exhibitors and visitors.

  • Venue: Sapporo City Sapporo Odori High School 1F open space (under adjustment)
  • Date and time: April 15th (Sat) 10:00-18:00, April 16th (Sun) 9:30-16:00
    *The exchange session (direct interaction between exhibitors and visitors) is scheduled for Saturday the 15th from 13:30 to 14:30.
  • free entrance
Go! me! 7

We will carry out a litter-picking campaign to draw widespread attention to environmental issues. By having children share their trash picking activities using a dedicated app and sharing the results (photos of the location of the activity and the trash they picked up) on a map, the problem becomes visible and you can engage in environmental activities while having fun. .

  • Details are being prepared.


Click here for more information. *You will be redirected to the special site for "G7/Earth Day Open Forum Hokkaido".