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Street Art Saves Kamigori

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The government is planning to build a final disposal site for industrial waste in Kamigori Town, Hyogo Prefecture, where 3.02 million cubic meters of industrial waste will be buried over 20 years. Currently, 53% of citizens are against the construction of this industrial waste  disposal site. This disposal site  would cause environmental pollution and  health hazards, including air pollution from the production of toxic gases, contamination of soil and groundwater, and  impact on residents' drinking water. The construction of a final disposal

site for industrial waste in Kamigori, which is in financial

difficulty, is supported by the government and has some advantages. However, considering the risks to the environment  of Kamigori and the health of its residents, this plan should be blocked.  

The Kamigori Street Art Project is a plan that proposes to transform Kamigori into an attractive town using  street art to  make it a tourist destination. If it becomes a tourist attraction, it will benefit  Kamigori economically without having to build a waste disposal plant.  

The proposal video
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