Aiming for a clean earth in the sea, forests, and atmosphere
Nowadays, various environmental problems on a global scale are being raised in the world.The RIVIERA Group, which develops its business by benefiting from nature, regards these issues as its own issues and is focusing on environmental conservation efforts.
Do the activities we can do in good faith and intermittently.I think that is the way to a prosperous future where people and nature live together.
Beach clean activities
At Zaimokuza Kaigan, employee volunteers collect trash from the beach and sidewalks every month to clean up the beach.In addition, a large-scale beach cleaning event “Riviera Shonan Beach Clean” will be held in cooperation with residents, local governments and organizations in the Shonan area. We are also working hard to build a network that connects people along the coast.
Abolition of plastic straws
Abolished plastic straws as part of marine environment conservation activities.We provide straws made of natural materials to those who need them.
Marine traffic "Sea Lane" development support
Participated in the Kanagawa Ocean Tourism Promotion Council. Supporting the development of a new marine transportation route "Sea Lane" in Sagami Bay.
Water rescue and marine extension activities
Registered for Seabird Japan, which promotes waterside patrols and rescue. Prevents flood accidents and contributes to awareness of maritime safety.
Koajiro Forest Conservation Activities
Koajiro Forest, which surrounds the Riviera Seabornia Marina, is a place where forests, wetlands, tidal flats and the sea are left uninterrupted, and rare creatures such as Acategani form a diverse ecosystem. The Riviera works in cooperation with Kanagawa Prefecture, public interest incorporated foundations and NPOs to protect the richest natural environment and animals and plants in the Kanto region.
Palm tree maintenance
Riviera Zushi Marina is a popular spot in Kamakura and Shonan.In addition to planting and growing young trees to preserve the landscape, we also prun the palms twice a year to ensure safety and manage the growth of palms.
Promotion activities for electric vehicles
Electric vehicles have been incorporated into company cars, and charging stations have also been installed on the premises.We are striving to reduce CO₂ emissions by holding events.
Practical application test of battery propulsion ship
Operated the world's first fast-charging battery propulsion ship, "La Icho", as a shuttle boat. Conducted research jointly with Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology for the next generation of water transport.
Collaboration of share cycle business
A share cycle has been set up to alleviate traffic congestion in the Kamakura / Shonan area, where traffic congestion is serious.We also aim to reduce the exhaust gas emitted from automobiles.
By electric car
Introduction of emergency power supply system
As part of environmental protection, we encourage employees to switch to electric vehicles and assist in purchasing.A charging station was also installed at a hotel in the Riviera Zushi Marina, and in an emergency, a system that supplies electricity to the hotel by discharging electricity from an electric vehicle was introduced for the first time in a Japanese hotel.
Development research of precocious Ecklonia japonicus
Precocious Ecklonia was installed in the marina for the first time in Japan.We are proposing the "Blue Carbon Belt®", which is cultivated as a test research and connects seaweed ground regeneration in a belt shape.
Eelgrass nurturing support
Through our support for the Yokosuka Sea Citizens Conference, we have cooperated in activities to protect the rich ocean and protect the ecosystem of marine organisms.
Support for rearing and releasing bream fry
With the aim of preventing the depletion of valuable fishery resources, we supported activities to raise and release juvenile sea bream in Koajiro Bay.
Niihama solar power generation
Benefiting from the warm climate of the Seto Inland Sea, Niihama City, Ehime Prefecture, operates the largest solar power generation facility in Shikoku.
Approximately 20 solar panels will generate 54.0MW, providing power for approximately 2 households.
Ogawa Project in LA, USA
Flood control work has begun at Riviera Country Club in cooperation with Los Angeles, USA.
Restoring the creek from the Santa Monica Valley to the ground will return it to its natural state where clean, purified water flows into the ocean.