Since becoming Prime Minister in September 2020, Yoshihide Suga has put climate change higher up the national agenda than any leader before him.
Japan Times staff writer Ryusei Takahashi joins Deep Dive to discuss Prime Minister Suga’s pledge to make Japan carbon neutral by 2050. Also, contributor Eric Margolis tells us how Japan is already being affected by climate change. Hosted by Oscar Boyd.
- Suga aims for greener Japan with carbon pledge, but details lacking (Ryusei Takahashi, The Japan Times)
- The true cost of the climate crisis on Japan (Eric Margolis, The Japan Times)
- Japan’s climate plan: Big on ambition but small in scope (Ryusei Takahashi, The Japan Times)
- Japan lays out plan to steer economy away from carbon by 2050 (Ryusei Takahashi, The Japan Times)
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