Local Decarbonisation in Japan: Municipalities, Regions and Clusters on the Road to Carbon Neutrality

This report takes a look at Japan’s decarbonisation strategies, with a focus on the local and regional levels. At the core of the report are a few main research questions. First, what role do Japanese municipalities and regions play in the transition to a decarbonised society? How do cities understand this role, and what programs have been implemented in service of a commitment to a greener future? What opportunities exist for a diversity of actors—residents, governments, businesses—to collaborate on decarbonisation?

 

Report produced by Emma Saraff as part of the MINERVA Programme

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