Japan to achieve zero carbon emissions by 2050

Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga has said that Japan will go carbon-free by 2050. He stated this in his first his first policy speech as the Japanese PM. “The Suga administration will seek to make a virtuous cycle between the economy and the environment,” Suga said in the speech. “We will put all possible efforts into creating a green society.” That includes creating a carbon-free society by 2050. 

Suga also highlighted the need to shift away from fossil fuels to counter climate change as an opportunity rather than a burden. 

“Global warming measures are no longer obstacles for economic growth, but would lead to industrial and socio-economic reforms and a major growth,” he said. “We need to change our mindset.” 

Photo Credit : https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Yoshihide_Suga_announcing_new_imperial_era_Reiwa_2_(cropped).jpg 

Comments are closed, but trackbacks and pingbacks are open.