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In the following panel discussion, four high school students took the podium. First, Mr. So Fujiwara, a third-year student at Ono High School said, "I think to introduce PC based self-learning tools is one of the solution for the education in rural area in low income countries”. Mr Yuzuki Kume, a second-year student at Kawanishi Midoridai High School said, "To stop global warming, we need to consider how to reduce current existing CO2, for example, by using technology of artificial photosynthesis, in addition to consider how to prevent to produce more CO2.” Next, Mr Tatsuya Shimoyama, a second-year student at Takarazuka Kita High School year said, "We need to consider more on waste management system to shift from incineration to recycle. We can learn from good models in Sweden.”