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

2016/05/20
〔Presentation materials available) Pre-G7 International Symposium Climate Change and Energy: Issues of Coal-fire Power Generation (May 20th, 2016)
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2016/05/17
[Press release] Japan’s massive coal plans to cause over 10,000 premature deaths new research shows (May 17th, 2016)
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2016/05/16
The closing of G7 Environment Ministers’ Meeting: G7 leaders should declare ambitions commitments on climate change and energy at the Ise-Shima Summit (May 16th, 2016)
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2016/03/04
[Immediate Press release] OECD countries agree to limit overseas public financing for coal-fired power plants (November 18th, 2015, 10:00am)
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2016/02/09
Protest against the Minister of the Environment’s approval of the building of new coal-fired power plants (February, 8th, 2016)
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2016/02/02
Kiko Network Rejoices at Osaka Gas’s decision to withdraw from coal project in Ibaraki” (December 21st, 2015)
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2015/11/24
New Launch of “Japan Coal Plant Tracker” (November 24th)
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2015/10/30
Kiko Network Condemns Keidanren’ s appeal to the Ministry of Environment – Eliminating CO2 from EIAs for new coal power plants is inconceivable –
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2015/08/28
While Economic Minister avoids clear messages, Environmental Minister didn’t approve new coal power plant, again. : Coal power needs to be stopped. (August 28th)
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2015/08/17
Japan’s Env. Minister Disapproves Plan for Coal-Fired Plant in Aichi: Zero-Based Review Inevitable(August 17th, 2015)
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