Kisarazu at sunset

15 01 2010

Mt Fuji at sunset. That day we even experienced some rare snow flurries falling at around 3.30pm. The large flakes were gone as soon as they came.

I was researching about Japan’s energy sources today for class. 30% of its energy comes from its 55 nuclear reactions scattered around the country. 60% of its energy comes from imported natural gas (from Australia) and other fuels. Fuutsu, a couple towns south of here, has (the world’s?) largest gas power plant.

One thing I miss is the feeling of being environmental. It’s really hard to feel like you’re being eco – everything is covered in plastic, electricity (heating and cooling) usage is huge due to lack of insulation, most food (apart from rice) is imported (giant food miles), organics are hard to find…

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