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Paintings shown on the cover were drawn by children attending a design and painting class sponsored by “Children Design Education,” a nonprofit organization.

Children Design Education has been established to support children who have to live separately from their parents for various reasons. The NPO provides them opportunities to produce paintings and design works repeatedly at a design and painting class, envisaging them to develop power to stand on their own in their infancy. Character designs created by the children through the class are sold to business corporations. Proceeds from the sales will be incorporated into a special fund set up to support the children's education in the future.

Children’s drawings and stories
Children’s drawings and stories

The Hermit Crab and the Hippo
One day while strolling along a sandy beach, a hermit crab saw a hippopotamus drowning in the sea.
The hermit crab called his family and friends and many creatures from the sea, who helped save the hippo.
The hippo was trying to go back to the river but got lost and found himself drowning in the sea.
Because the hermit crab saved the hippo, the two became friends.
Because human beings had polluted the river water, the hippo didn’t want to go back to the river, so he decided to stay with his friend, the hermit crab, and the two lived together happily ever after.

Children’s drawings and stories

The Fox and the Rabbit
Once upon a time, there was an unusual pair of animals in the forest that got along well together.
They were a fox and a rabbit.
The fox and rabbit had met two year earlier in the spring.
The fox saw the rabbit sitting under a cherry tree and invited the rabbit home with him.
Even though they were different kinds of animals, they never worried about the difference and they are still living together today.
They are both quiet types. What they both love is fruit—all kinds of fruits that they find in the forest.
What they hate are the human beings who come to cut down the trees of the forest.
The two live with their families and friends and everyone in the forest, helping each other to live.

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Biodiversity Protection

Prepared FY2013 (ver. 2)
Revised March 2018

Introduces Osaka Gas Group's various biodiversity protection activities.

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