Turning Tokyo green

Beekeeping project on the city's roofs among series of moves to improve the ecosystem.

    Japan will provide $2bn over three years to help developing countries save their ecosystems, the country's prime minister has announced.

    Naoto Kan made the pledge at a UN biodiversity summit in the central Japanese city of Nagoya on Wednesday.

    It came amid a growing environmentalist movement throughout the country.

    Steve Chao reports from Tokyo on efforts to make the city green.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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