On October 6th, I attended the "Japan Climate Action Summit 2023" held at the Roppongi Hills Mori Tower 49F, "Roppongi Academy Hills Tower Hall." The "Japan Climate Action Summit 2023" is an international conference discussing climate change mitigation, organized by the "Japan Climate Initiative: JCI," of which our company is a part.\n\n\nAt this international conference, various speakers, both from Japan and abroad, took the stage, including Razan Al Mubarak, UN Climate Change High-Level Champion for the UAE, COP28. Lively discussions ensued throughout the event.\nPanel discussions titled "Acceleration of Decarbonization," "Collaboration and Co-creation for Decarbonization," and "Top Leaders' Session" took place, where experts discussed measures to combat climate change.\n\nWhile our company participated only as a single attendee this time, we are keen on promoting CO2 reduction by encouraging the idea of reducing the luggage loaded onto airplanes through clothing rental.\nOur service, clothing rental, has the potential to reduce checked baggage on airplanes and thereby significantly reduce CO2 emissions. Suppose every passenger had 20 kg of checked baggage. In that case, it's estimated that CO2 emissions would amount to 145.1 million tons – surpassing the annual emissions of countries like Israel and New Zealand.\n\nThe CO2 emissions associated with checked baggage are unknown to many people. Moreover, reducing baggage allows people to travel more freely, contributing to accessible tourism. We are committed to raising awareness about this issue and actively contributing towards the goal of zero emissions by 2050.\nPlease note that our company's page was also created for the "Japan Climate Initiative." Thank you very much.