The Davos Agenda 2021

Japan’s transition to become a decarbonized society

Renewable energy, such as this solar plant in Japan, will become mainstream as the country aims to become net-zero by 2050. Image: Mark Merner, Unsplash

Koizumi Shinjiro
Member of the House of Representatives, House of Representatives of Japan
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