Official: Japan Hopes to Lead Asian Zero-emissions Push
By Mari Yamaguchi
Environmental groups and critics are urging Japan to focus more on promoting renewable energy.
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.
Can US Energy Exports 'Pivot to Asia'?
By Qinnan Zhou
U.S. energy exports could shore up Asia's energy security -- if political hurdles are overcome.
Abe Lines Up Energy Investments on Latin America Tour
By Clint Richards
Japan is targeting its sectors of expertise to secure energy and food supplies.
Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Japan's Ukraine Dilemma
By Shannon Tiezzi
The Ukraine crisis may force Japan to choose between its alliance with the US and its outreach to Russia.
Japan: On the Cusp of Energy Independence?
Despite significant obstacles ahead, methane hydrate could meet Japan’s gas demand for over a century.