Subscribe

Tag

Japan climate change policies

Did Japan Get What It Wanted From the Osaka G20 Summit?
July 01, 2019

Did Japan Get What It Wanted From the Osaka G20 Summit?

By Daniel Hurst
Evaluating PM Abe’s sideline diplomacy and Japan’s pursuit of previously stated goals.

Urban Leaders Gather in Tokyo to Urge Climate Action
May 25, 2019

Urban Leaders Gather in Tokyo to Urge Climate Action

By Daniel Hurst
30 mayors and governors from around the world asked Prime Minister Abe to prioritize climate change at the June G-20 summit.
Does Japan's New Climate Change Strategy Go Far Enough?
April 16, 2019

Does Japan's New Climate Change Strategy Go Far Enough?

By Daniel Hurst
Japan wants to be a leader on climate change, but environmental activists have doubts about the latest strategy.

Japan’s Opportunity to Take a Leadership Role on Climate Change
February 15, 2019

Japan’s Opportunity to Take a Leadership Role on Climate Change

By Phyllis Genther Yoshida
Tokyo has a window of opportunity to lead on climate change at the G-20.

Can Japan Be a Climate Change Leader?
October 05, 2018

Can Japan Be a Climate Change Leader?

By Daniel Hurst
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe certainly thinks so.

Abe’s Coal Addiction
October 03, 2018

Abe’s Coal Addiction

By Hisayo Takada
Abe’s addiction to coal prove his empty words on climate change action.

Is Japan Finally Turning Away From Coal?
July 28, 2018

Is Japan Finally Turning Away From Coal?

By Marie Tanao
Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank and Nippon Life start the race to move beyond coal in Asia.
Why Japan Is Rethinking Its Energy Diplomacy
February 28, 2018

Why Japan Is Rethinking Its Energy Diplomacy

By Daniel Hurst
The foreign minister's advisory panel on climate change is a wake-up call for Japan.

Time to Link Northeast Asia's Carbon Markets
June 23, 2016

Time to Link Northeast Asia's Carbon Markets

By Jackson Ewing
The time is now for carbon market cooperation among China, Japan, and South Korea.

Page 1 of 1