Green Mondays

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CleanTech, Sustainability, Environment & Green Business - monthly presentations, networking & idea sharing

What is GreenMondays?

GreenMondays is a monthly event for those interested in any type of 'GREEN' Business and Sustainability issues, traditionally held on the 4th Monday every month.

Featuring speakers on CleanTech and Alternative Energy, the Environment and Climate Change, Green Business and Sustainability, GreenMondays is targeted at Managers & Practioners implementing sustainability in organisations, GreenTech entrepreneurs, and anyone else interested in Climate Change and Environmental issues.

GreenMondays is intended as a forum for leading thinkers and Practioners from corporations, NGOs and government, as well as the CleanTech entrepreneurs who are inventing the new technologies. The speakers share their latest thinking, new inventions and best practices, followed by Q&A and Networking. Come & join!


June 25, 2012

Nhat Vuong gave a great presentation about Gamification and how he is applying this to his new concept i-Kifu which aims to make donating fun and easy.

We had a nice turnout and lots of questions and discussion. The event was held at Public Shoto.


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Announcing EMI - TEAJ 2014

TEAJ%202014_Announcement_%28EN%29_12-03-13_FINAL.pdfTEAJ%202014_Announcement_%28JP%29_12-03-13_FINAL.pdfWe would be grateful if you might share with your networks! ( 英文のあとに日本語訳が続きます。) Dear Colleagues and Friends, We would like to announce the fourth annual Entrepreneur Awards Japan (TEAJ) program for 2014. This year, four special awards will be given to entrepreneurs in Japan by a coalition of government, business, entrepreneurial, and non-profit organizations. The four winners will be recognized at the Entrepreneur Awards Japan Awards Ceremony and Reception to be hosted by U.S. Ambassador to Japan, Caroline Kennedy at her Official Residence in Tokyo on Wednesday, January 29, 2014. Each award recipient will be assigned a mentor from the Tokyo business community under the Entrepreneur Mentoring Initiative (EMI) from January 2014 through October 2014 and will be entitled to lifetime membership of the EMI Alumni Network. The application due date is Wednesday, January 15, 2014. Prospective applicants can visit to download a copy of the application and obtain TEAJ updates. We would welcome further distribution of this email to your network. Thank you very much, The TEAJ/EMI Secretariat for 2014 __________ 各位 日本起業家賞2014(TEAJ)のお知らせです。 今年は政府、ビジネス、起業家と非営利組織の協力によって、四つの特別賞が日本に拠点を置く起業家に授与されます。4名の受賞者は、2014年1月29日(水)に東京の米国大使公邸にてキャロライン・ケネディ駐日米国大使の主催する日本起業家賞授賞式およびレセプションで表彰されます。各賞の受賞者全員にはの間2014年1月から2014年10月末まで、アントレプレナー・メンタリング・イニシアチブ(EMI)を通じて東京の実業界よりメンターが選任され、EMI同窓会ネットワークの終身会員権を与えられます。 応募の締め切りは2014年1月15日(水)です。応募ご希望の方は、http://www.TEAJ-EMI.orgから応募用紙をダウンロードし、TEAJの最新情報を入手できます。このメールをぜひお知り合いの皆様にご転送いただければ幸いです。どうぞよろしくお願いします。 TEAJ/EMI2014事務局

On May 20th from 6:30 pm we have another very exciting speaker visiting from Canada.  The theme this month is "Growing a new Future with LED and Biochar".  

Dr. Vladimir Vasilenko is the President & Founder of Purifying Illumination, Inc. which specializes in adapting LED lights for special purposes that enhance growth in plants and have medical applications as well.       (Imagine that a rose cut in a flower shop can continue to grow for more than 22 days - or a head of lettuce in a grocery store continues photosynthesis and at the sma time, all pathogens such as e-coli are eliminated - just because of the light shining above them!)

He is the past President & CEO, of Global Warming Solutions, Inc. and has been a Principal Scientist, CERES Environmental Solution Industries, Inc, in Quebec, Canada where he collaborated with NASA's Mars Project among other honors.

He has been a professor in top universities in Canada and a Research Fellow in the Department of Environmental Biology and Medical Science,  General Physics Institute, Russian Academy of Science, Moscow, Russia where he worked with Infrared and Red Light, Water and Natural organics (Humic and Fulvic acids) which are three “building blocks” used in his commercial inventions. (Some of these could help to eliminate isotopes in Fukushima.)

Dr. Vasilenko worked as a Research Associate of the Nobel Prize winner-  Alexander PROKHOROV (who receved the Nobel for fundamental works on quantum electronics in 1964) while working at the General Physics Institute of Russian Academy of Science in Moscow between 1990 and 1998.  His work has taken him to the  University of Leicester, Department of Botany., where he received Grants of the Royal Society, the UK. and the Centre de Cadarache, Department of Ecology through a Grant from the Ministry of Atomic Energy of France. Since 2005 Vladimir has been working in his own private business developing various products and technologies focussed on organic agriculture and the environment. He has many ideas about how his work could help Fukushima and help feed the world in the future.  Don't miss his talk on May 20th.


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Growing a new Future with LED and Biochar at Shin Maru Building Office Tower, 10th Floor EGG/21C Club Lounge

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