(2004, Tokyo; www.japanfs.org).
Seeks to accelerate “the Move toward a Truly Happy and Sustainable Future by Facilitating Communication between Japan and the World.” Promotes resilience, steady-state economy, well-being, etc. Projects include the JFS Local Well-Being Project and Miracle Miracle (www.miracle-kids.net/en) for young people worldwide, especially 10-15 years old, to think about environment, society, and the creating the future. Chief Executive: Junko Edahiro; Chief Director, Hiroyuki Tada. [Note: Edahiro is an environmental journalist who has translated the works of Lester R. Brown, who serves as a Director of JFS. MM]