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【News】Climate actions held nationwide in Japan on September 23

2022.09.30

【News】Climate actions held nationwide in Japan on September 23

On September 23, Japanese youth organized climate actions in 34 locations throughout Japan, with support and participation from over 150 organizations.

【News】Japanese GX strategy’s false solutions are steeped in fossil fuels

2022.09.26

【News】Japanese GX strategy’s false solutions are steeped in fossil fuels

The Japanese government has been discussing "Green Transformation (GX)" to achieve a decarbonized society, but this includes false solutions that focus on technologies not ready for practical use, which would delay Japan's transition away from dependence on fossil fuels.

【News】 “ACT Matsushima” website launched – GENESIS Matsushima project information hub

2022.09.07

【News】 “ACT Matsushima” website launched – GENESIS Matsushima project information hub

On September 5, “ACT Matsushima”, a website and information hub for the GENESIS Matsushima project was launched to provide information on the project to the public. See here how you can submit a public comment to stop plans to extend the life of coal-fired power in Japan!

【News】Gap revealed between reported and actual CCS storage amount

2022.09.02

【News】Gap revealed between reported and actual CCS storage amount

Researchers at Imperial College London have released a report comparing estimates of carbon captured and sequestered worldwide between 1996 and 2020, finding that reported figures overestimate the actual amount by 19-30%.

【News】J-Power submits second EIA document for GENESIS Matsushima, invites public opinions

2022.08.31

【News】J-Power submits second EIA document for GENESIS Matsushima, invites public opinions

On August 31st, J-Power submitted the Environmental Impact Assessment scoping document for the GENESIS Matsushima project, a plan to continue operating an old coal-fired power plant in Saikai City, Nagasaki Prefecture. J-POWER invites public opinions for this project from August 31st to October 17th.