With the world’s biggest forest, Japan’s Mitsubishi Corporation is looking for people to help it grow the country’s most important resource.
Its Nakamoto Forestry Service (NFS) aims to grow trees for the local economy and build sustainable forest homes, and it is expected to hire thousands of people to grow, maintain and harvest the countrys most important agricultural crops.
Nakamoto Forestry was founded in 1999 to supply the Japanese market with timber for the nation’s most lucrative agricultural industries, including rice, soybean, wheat and barley.
But the service’s growth has been hampered by a shortage of trees, a lack of labour and the need to protect forests, which are under increasing threat due to climate change and human-driven development.
In 2017, a Japanese government-backed study found that about 40 percent of the country�s forested land is at risk of disappearing.
The study said a combination of climate change, forest fragmentation and overgrazing have contributed to the situation.
Mitsubishi plans to recruit workers in the first year, with the company aiming to recruit 50,000 by 2020.
Its aim is to hire as many as 5,000 workers to grow and harvest timber for its timber business.
Matsui Sato, director of the Nakamoto Forest Service, said his agency will recruit more than 3,000 people in the next five years.
Sato, who was born in the country, said the company is in the process of hiring more people, and the company will have to pay workers for the time they will work.
He said the aim is for more than 20 percent of Nakamoto’s workforce to be workers with forestry experience.
Mansuke Shiraishi, a professor of forestry at Kyushu University, said Nakamoto needs more than 2,000 forestry workers to help grow its timber.
He is particularly worried about a shortage in trees, because of the increasing number of people living in the forested area.
He worries that people who have been living there for a long time will die out if they don�t have access to a tree to plant their own trees.
The Nakamoto Service is a collaboration between Mitsubishis Mitsubashi, an agricultural company that is the country´s largest, and Japanese company NFS.
It started as a small group of volunteers, but has since grown into a joint venture with Mitsubis Mitsuzummi Mitsubashira.
The NFS is responsible for providing jobs to people in various industries and regions.
It operates in the Nara Prefecture, Tokyo, Shiga Prefecture and Kyoto, and its main headquarters is in Tokyo.
It has also contracted with a local forestry firm, Mitsubasa Forestry.
Mitsuhiro Matsuda, a senior manager of Mitsubisha Forestry, said it was very difficult to recruit volunteers from abroad.
The group is still working on getting more people involved, he said.
Metsuda said the group had received hundreds of requests for workers to plant trees, but he said they would not have any trouble finding workers.
The service�s aim is not just to grow timber, Matsuda said.
It wants to help people in different areas in Japan develop their own skills and also to provide a sustainable, well-balanced environment for the development of the industry.