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Sen. Tomi Okada, a former member of the Okinawa Governor’s office and chairwoman of a recent panel on urban planning on Okinawa, voiced her support for the idea of removing road sealing from the i울산출장샵slands by adding more green roofs.
“In the case of concrete, asphalt, trees, etc., it’s a pretty good thing to do,” Okada said in an e-mail interview.
The panel’s chief researcher, Yoshitoki Muto, said the proposal would require the federal government’s consent, but did not rule out it.
“The government would decide on such an amendment. The govern에볼루션 카지노ment would certainly think about it first,” Muto told The Japan Times on Monday.
The idea for green roofs and a green road seal originated in Okinawa, but the concept gained popularity more than a decade ago when a traffic policeman was killed on Okinawa’s northern islands by a vehicle driven by a woman, according to reports on the islands.
Road sealing was one of the first major changes brought by U.S. President George H. W. Bush’s administration as part of the peacekeeping operation in the northern Okinawa prefecture. The idea for road sealing on Okinawa came later, in the 1해운대안마970s.