Japan’s emissions of greenhouse gases decreased marginally in fiscal 1997, according to an Environment Agency report presented Friday to the Cabinet.

The report shows Japan released nearly 1.38 billion tons (calibrated in units of carbon dioxide) of the six heat-trapping gases to be reduced under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.

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