Global Environmental Issues

  Among environmental issues, those that have a wide range of sources and impacts, such as marine pollution and climate change (global warming), are required to be addressed in cooperation with the international community as global environmental issues. On the other hand, since those issues are related to the interests of each country and are therefore complex, it is important to act after accurately assessing the situation.
  Under these circumstances, JANUS with a wide range of expertise, including marine environments, waste, and chemical substances, provides a variety of consulting services on marine pollution and ocean dumping based on our deep knowledge and experiences on the London Convention on the Prevention of Marine Pollution by Dumping of Wastes and Other Matter, and on the domestic law called Law Relating to the Prevention of Marine Pollution and Maritime Disaster. Based on its extensive knowledge of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and related systems, JANUS also provides consulting services for both mitigation measures to reduce Greenhouse Gasses (GHGs) emissions as well as to realize a decarbonized society and adaptation measures to systematically respond to the impacts of climate change.

Climate Change Measures

  We provides appropriate consulting services to formulate strategy for climate change measures, based on experiences related to global trend surveys, project development of the Joint Crediting Mechanism(JCM), and support for climate change adaptation planning.
Climate Change Measures

Dumping of Wastes or other matter into the Ocean

  We also conduct study and provide consulting services for international trend and laws related to the dumping of wastes or other matter into to the ocean based on the London Convention and the domestic law.

Carbon dioxide capture and storage (CCS)

  We provide a variety of consulting services related to CCS in the areas of laws, regulations, technology, society, and the environment.
Carbon dioxide capture and storage (CCS)