Want to Burn Coal and Save the Planet? Japan Touts a SolutionBy
High-efficiency coal technologies are under development
Japan last among G7 nations in moving away from coal, E3G says
For all the talk of a solar boom in Japan, coal still has a future there, and potentially a big one at that.
Japan’s government and industry are backing emerging coal technologies they say are less damaging to the environment. While they’re pushing the most polluting fossil fuel at home and abroad, Japan’s government will be trying to burnish its environmental credentials at climate talks that begin at the end of the month in Paris.
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