The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Releases AR6 Climate Change 2022 (WG2) Report: Human-induced climate change is already causing clear, widespread negative impacts.
TransitionZero has released the report “Coal-de-sac: Advanced Coal in Japan” which warns that extensive use of "advanced clean coal technologies" may hamper Japan's 2050 net-zero target in Japan.
New publication “Financing Global Coal Exit 2021” shows Japan's three megabanks sit alone as the top 3 worst financial institutions in terms of the amount of loans to coal-related industries.
BankTrack has released a report demonstrating that signatory banks to the Equator Principles have been involved in financing at least 200 fossil fuel projects.
Ahead of COP26, German NGO Urgewald released the 2021 Global Coal Exit List, the world’s most comprehensive public database on the coal industry, providing detailed data on 1,030 companies and around 1,800 subsidiaries operating in the thermal coal value chain.
On October 27, Kiko Network released the position paper "Hydrogen and ammonia co-firing in the power sector", which points out problems with the utilization of hydrogen and ammonia as fuels for thermal power generation.
Kiko Network published the report “Just Transition: Creating New Jobs for a Decarbonized Society,” which highlights examples of national, regional and local just transition happening all over the world.
On August 9th, Working Group I of the IPCC released the Sixth Assessment Report (AR6), which presents the most up-to-date scientific data and understanding of climate change and its impacts.
【Video】Voices from the local community in Yokosuka to stop the construction of a new coal-fired power plant
Kiko Network released a new video focusing on the residents appealing for the suspension of construction of the Yokosuka coal-fired power plant.
On May 14th, E3G released the report “G7 Coal Report 2021: Charting the course away from coal”, which evaluates the progress of phasing out of coal-fired power generation of each of the G7 countries.
The International Energy Agency (IEA) has released the report "Net Zero by 2050 - A Roadmap for the Global Energy Sector," which lays out a timeline for reducing global greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2050. The report provides a comprehensive 2050 roadmap and detailed recommendations.
【Report】Japanese and Australian groups release report “Out of sight, out of mind: Impacts of Japanese use of Australian Coal”
On June 4th, 2021, The Australia Institute and Australian Conservation Foundation, together with Kiko Network, released a new report that shines a light on the costs of Japan’s reliance on Australian coal.