The Journal of Global Issues and Solutions

Inaugural Issue   ISBN: 978-1-882292-40-0

Editor's Letter:

This Issue’s Features:
Presenting the Inaugural Issue

John Pellam, Editor & Director
The Bibliotheque: World Wide Society

Lead Scientific Paper:

Mutually Reciprocal Roads for Fresh Water and Electricity in the Sea between Japan and China

by Dr. Yohji Esashi 

I’m pleased to present you with the Inaugural Issue of the Pellam Journal of Science.

This issue’s Lead Paper is in the category of Environmental Biology,and is titled “Mutually Reciprocal Roads for Fresh Water and Electricity in the Sea Between Japan and China.”  Researched and authored by Dr. Yohji Esashi, Honorary Professor at Japan’s  Tohoku University and Former Consultant, FAO, the focus of this paper is on climate change. According to Professor Esashi, “At the end of 2014, COP20 (UN Climate Change Conference 2014) was held in Lima, the capital of Peru, and the allotment of greenhouse gas (GHG) emission by country was discussed.  Although no agreement was achieved between the developing countries and the developed countries, however, the conclusion was put off to the meeting in following fiscal year.   Even if an agreement is reached in a day, the agreement only delays the depletion of fossil fuels that are limited resources in the earth.” Professor Esashi continues  “Therefore, it is predicted that the earth would be finally surrounded by atmosphere with large amount of GHG.” His paper postulates causes, effects and solutions... (Continued)


Table of Contents

1. Preface:

 At the end of 2014, COP20 (UN CLIMATE CHANGE CONFERENCE 2014) was held in Lima, the capital of Peru, and the allotment of greenhouse gas (GHG) emission by country was discussed.  Although no agreement was achieved between the developing countries and the developed countries, however, the conclusion was put off to the meeting in following fiscal year.   Even if an agreement is reached in a day, the agreement only delays the depletion of fossil fuels that are limited resources in the earth.  Therefore, it is predicted that the earth would be finally surrounded by atmosphere with large amount of GHG.  Human beings do not know how soon fossil fuels will be completely depleted.  But I can image that, at least 1,000 years later, the humans will have exhausted fossil fuels and will have to depend only on  renewable natural energy sources.  In this article, I want examine how people can live peacefully together in East Asia while enjoying basic human rights. 

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