Kiko Network | prevent life-threatening climate change and to build a sustainable global society

Kiko Network is a nongovernmental, nonprofit organization. We propose solutions to tackle with climate change.

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Kiko Network is a national Japanese environmental NGO that works to tackle climate change by bringing forth major changes in society.
To shift towards a sustainable global society, we create models and work on education problems on the community and local level. Also, we conduct policy research and submit proposals on the national and international levels.

Latest News

[Press Release] Small scale power plant in Ofunato announced switching from coal to biomass; 43 proposed plants remaining (June 21, 2017)
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[Statement] NO to JICA and Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ at GCF (July 2017)
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[Press Release] Japanese NGO Groups Hold Emergency Action in front of U.S. Embassy to Protest U.S. Exit from the Paris Agreement
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[Press Release] Protest against Trump administration’s announcement on the Paris Agreement (June 2, 2017)
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[Press Release]“Japan Coal Plant Tracker” Webpage Renewal – Existing Plants Information is available-(2017/5/19)
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[Press Release] Developers Announced the Cancellation of New Coal Power Project in Ichihara, Chiba –The first case of cancellation on a large scale new project (March 23, 2017)
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[Press release] KEPCO Cancelled Coal Power Project in Hyogo – First out of 48 units (January 31st 2017)
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[Press release] New report: Japan champions ‘clean’ coal technology despite ‘universal failure’ (November 14th, 2016)
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[Press release] NGO Joint Statement on G7 on Climate Change and Energy : G7 failed to take leadership to tackle catastrophic climate change (May 27th, 2016)
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〔Presentation materials available) Pre-G7 International Symposium Climate Change and Energy: Issues of Coal-fire Power Generation (May 20th, 2016)
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