Japan Sets Goal to Become Carbon Neutral by 2050

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2020 marks the five-year deadline for updating and increasing national climate commitments (known as NDCs) from the Paris Agreement, which was signed at COP21

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Japan to be carbon neutral by 2050

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Japan to be carbon neutral by 2050

Japan has set a target to become carbon neutral by 2050 today in remarks made by Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga to the Diet, increasing Japan’s climate ambitions in line with other leading commitments made by the UK and EU in the run up to next years’ UNFCCC conference, COP26.

It comes in the wake of positive indications from environment minister Shinjir? Koizumi on an increased focus on decarbonisation for the country. In an interview in July he announced that Japan would cease funding for coal-fired power plants. Then, in September at a ministerial meeting Japan hosted on the green recovery, he indicated that there would be an increased push for the use of electric vehicles and an emphasis on hydrogen following an energy sector... ... More: Official Press Release The Carbon Trust

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