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ISBN-13: 9789264100831

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Forest represents 66% of national land. 1 The relatively small size of agricultural land is the major constraint in providing sufficient amounts of food for Japan’s population of over 120 million people. ) Japan is located in the Asian monsoon climate zone, where rice is the most suitable crop given the climatic conditions of high temperatures and humidity during the summer season. In order to optimise rice productivity, highly organised networks of irrigation and drainage canals have been developed throughout the country.

The word “frontier” has, of course, evolved over time, from referring first to America’s West, to describing exploration of space, and now to advancements in digital technology. In much the same way, frontier is a useful word to describe evolutions in major policies in the United States. Indeed, the “New Frontier” was a major policy initiative in research and science launched by President John Kennedy to put a man on the moon. 45 In the same vein, “frontier” is apropos in describing the evolving interest in new rural policy in the United States.

In the Rural White Paper, we also committed ourselves to establishing rural sounding boards to ensure that rural concerns are represented at the very heart of Government. We want to make sure that people in rural areas, and organisations involved in rural issues, can take a full part in shaping England’s rural policy. I now chair the Rural Affairs Forum for England to provide a new and clear voice for those who live and work in the countryside. This builds on the experience of the Rural Task Force, whose role I explained earlier.

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