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  1. Assessing green management in health belief model: An analysis of a post-disaster rural context
  2. Access to Green Spaces: Consider Green Infrastructure Implementation with/Post-COVID-19 World
  3. COVID-19 Vaccination Trends and Public Views and Responses in Japan
  4. AB005. Post-disaster solo dining and healthy food behavioral change through cooking class participation
  5. Coastal exposure and residents’ mental health in the affected areas by the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami
  6. Green self-efficacy for blue-green infrastructure management in a post-disaster recovery phase: empirical research in a small rural community
  7. Self-efficacy for EbA and Human Health in a Post-disaster Recovery Phase
  8. Motivation for and Effect of Cooking Class Participation: A Cross-Sectional Study Following the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami
  9. Types of coastlines and the evacuees’ mental health: A repeated cross-sectional study in Northeast Japan
  10. COVID-19 Pandemic Response in Japan: What Is behind the Initial Flattening of the Curve?
  11. Implementation of Green Infrastructure in Post-disaster Recovery
  12. Sustaining Diverse Knowledge Systems in SEPLs: Sharing Tacit Knowledge of Apiculture and Mushroom Production with Future Generations
  13. Infant, neonatal, and postneonatal mortality trends in a disaster region and in Japan, 2002–2012: a multi-attribute compositional study
  14. Impact of Geographical Indication schemes and Traditional Knowledge
  15. Universal Health Coverage: Healthcare System for Universal Health Coverage Under Partnerships
  16. Sustainable Cities and Communities
  17. Loss of traditional knowledge and innovation
  18. Differences in infant and child mortality before and after the disaster in Japan
  19. Internal processes of Geographical Indication and these effects in Japan
  20. Post-Disaster Reconstruction for Sustainability
  21. Residents’ Consciousness of Seawall Construction in a disaster-affected city