Japan funds toxic coal plants abroad emitting 13-40 times more pollution than domestic plants
The Japanese Government and its public finance agencies JBIC, JICA, NEXI are exporting pollution to other countries by funding coal-fired power plants abroad, that emit far more toxic air pollutants than would be allowed in Japan.
How Japan’s Renewables-powered Olympics Could Kick Off a Global Race for Clean Energy
The organizers of the Tokyo Games are aiming to be powered by 100% renewable energy. How Japan's renewables-powered Olympics could kick off a global race for clean energy?
First Major U.S. Insurance Company to Stop Insuring and Investing in Coal
Chubb, the Largest Commercial Insurance Company in the U.S., Announces New Policy to Address Climate Change
Thousands worldwide mobilize against Japan’s coal finance before G20 Summit
Thousands of activists from around the world - in Japan, Indonesia, India, the Philippines, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Australia, the US - have mobilized during the last week to protest Japan’s continued financing of coal worldwide.
Submitted a Letter to JBIC Regarding the Damage on the Marine Ecosystem and the Fishery Around its Project in Batang, Indonesia
Submitted a Letter to demand that JBIC Find a Fundamental Solution to the Damage on the Marine Ecosystem and the Fishery and Suspend its Loan Disbursement for the Project in Batang, Indonesia