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

Nippon Paper abandons plan for Akita Mill coal-biomass plant: Cancelled coal projects now number 13 units (7GW) in Japan since 2012 (February 28, 2019)
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Joint NGO statement: Itochu Corp. must revise coal power policies to be consistent with the Paris Climate Agreement (February 20, 2019)
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[Press Release] Committee on the Rights of the Child (UN Human Rights Council) urges Japan to revise climate and coal policies (February 10, 2019)
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[Press Release] One of Japan’s largest coal-fired power plants “Sodegaura” cancelled, 12 million tons of annual CO2 emissions avoided (January 31, 2019)
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New Report “Japan Coal Phase-Out”
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[Press Release] Able Co. switches to biomass only at planned coal-fired power plant in Fukushima (January 24, 2019)
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[Press Release] Proponents Cancel Plan for Largest Coal Power Plant in Tokyo Bay: Citizens’ Groups Welcome the Decision, but 34 Coal Power Projects Still Remain (December 27, 2018)
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[Press Release] New Report “Japan Coal Phase-Out” shows clear pathway to phase out coal by 2030 (2018/11/9)
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Marubeni’s Announcement on Pulling Out of Coal-Power: A Significant Step Forward, but Need to Close Loopholes to Meet Paris Goal (2018/9/18)
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【For Immediate Release】 Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance’s new coal policy poses serious question over Japanese financial sector’s effectiveness in tackling climate change (2018/9/14)
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