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更新日:2018年8月6日

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Contents of the Symposium on Henoko-Oura Bay “Okinawa’s Treasure, the World’s Treasure: Let’s pass it on to the future”

The Okinawa Prefectural Government organized a symposium on Henoko-Oura Bay on March 24th, 2018, with a view to raising awareness over the preciousness of Henoko-Oura Bay.

Following the keynote speech, experts from Japan and abroad, as well as those that have long carried out studies on the Oura Bay and/or engaged in its conservation efforts, contributed their expertise to the panel discussions.

Please find below the Summary Report, handouts as well as videos from the Symposium.  Large diffusion is encouraged to protect the beautiful and precious sea area in Henoko-Oura Bay.

★The Summary Report★

Symposium on Henoko-Oura Bay: Summary Report (PDF:4,486KB)

★Videos from the Symposium★ (Below are the links to the external website.)

Remarks by the Governor Onaga (in Japanese)

Keynote speech by Mr. François Simard (in English)

Lecture by Mr. Masato Yoshida (in Japanese)

Presentation by Mr. Taro Hosokawa (in Japanese)

Presentation by Ms. Mariko Abe (in Japanese)

Panel discussion 1 (in Japanese)

Panel discussion 2 (in Japanese)

Panel discussion 3, Statement and Closing Remarks (in Japanese)

Request for Stakeholder Consultation over the lawsuit on Okinawa Dugongs

On April 16, 2018,With regard to the lawsuit on Okinawa dugongs in the Unites States, the Okinawa Prefectural Government has contacted the Honorable James Mattis, Secretary of Defense of the United States and three respective Commanders of the U.S. Forces in writing as attached, with the aim of requesting stakeholder consultation, an administrative procedure in accordance with the United States National Historical Preservation Act (NHPA).

Request for consultation regarding Okinawa dugongs under the U.S. NHPA(PDF:131KB)

Letter to environmental protection organizations.

On April 20, 2017, Takeshi Onaga ,the governor of Okinawa Prefecture, sent his opinion letter to eight environmental protection organizations to ask them to reach out to both the U.S. and Japanese governments to abandon the construction of new base in Henoko in Nago City, Okinawa,Japan.

To Director General of IUCN(PDF:62KB)

To Director of Washington D.C Office(PDF:63KB) 

To Director General of UNESCO(PDF:59KB)

To Director General of WWF(PDF:60KB)
            
Send List(PDF:10KB) (eight <8> organizations)

 

The governor of Okinawa revoked the reclamation approval for the new U.S. base at Henoko on Oct 13th,2015.(PDF:23KB) 

Oral Statement at the United Nations Human Rights Council by the governor of Okinawa(PDF:63KB)

U.S. Military Base in Okinawa

Okinawa Prefectural Government regards the Japan-U.S. alliance as vital. However, we have a concentration of 73.9% of the exclusive use facilities and areas of U.S. Forces in Japan in a land area that is no more than 0.6% of the national land area. Therefore, it is necessary to reduce and consolidate U.S. military bases in Okinawa.

With the realization of land returns of U.S. military bases south of Kadena Air Base, we can anticipate positive economic and employment impacts through effective land use.

Establish the prefecture as a hub of exchange by taking advantage of our geographical location, to bridge people, goods, and information between mainland Japan and other Asian nations. It is our desire to actively promote international contribution and do our part for peace and advancement of the Asia-Pacific region.

Map of U.S. Military Bases in Okinawa

Most facilities for U.S. Forces are located in Okinawa Island; taking up to 18.4% of its land area. Land area of Okinawa Island is roughly 1/3 that of Rhode Island, which is the smallest state in the U.S.

Land Area of Okinawa Prefecture:
2,276.15 k㎡/ 878.73 mi²
Land Area of Okinawa Island:
1,207.99 k㎡ / 466.40 mi²
Land Area of facilities, exclusively used by the U.S. Forces:
228.18 k㎡ / 88.10 mi²

map

Pamphlet:"U.S. Military Base Issues in Okinawa"

contents

 Okinawan History
 U.S.Military Bases and Facilities on Okinawa Island & Its Vicinity
 U.S.Bases and Okinawa's Economy
 Marine Corps Air Station Futenma
 The Plan to Relocate MCAS Futenma to the Henoko District of Nago

base(PDF:3,632KB)

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