Climate Dialogue Japan
We are working on climate change issues and aiming to contribute to achieving a net zero society.
Outcomes of the ongoing energy mix review in Japan will determine whether the country will embrace the path of sustainability and how quickly it plans to escape the grasp of fossil fuels.
Thanks to the enormous offshore wind power potential, Japan has an ace up its sleeve that can speed up its march towards a sustainable future.
Japan has a vast potential for renewable energy adoption. With the Government’s ambitious policies and goal of achieving net-zero society and carbon neutrality by 2050, the country is starting to change course.
On 5 March, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang presented key elements of the draft 14th Five Year Plan on National Economic and Social Development (the 14th FYP) in a speech at the annual session of the National People’s Congress.
The UN’s climate body (UNFCCC) released an assessment of the 48 national emission reduction plans submitted by the end of 2020 on February 26.
The Copernicus Climate Change Service, the EU’s Earth Observation Programme, announced that 2020 was the warmest year ever recorded tying with 2016, the previous record-holder on January 8.