Investors urge Japan to strengthen climate targets ahead of U.N. summit

By Matthew Green

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While relying on coal plants is something countries need to move away from, right now, the biggest factor is auto emissions. Japan actually does a good job on that end. The US, China, and India account for over 50% of auto emissions. Hybrid vehicles are still not as popular as they should be in America. Once that Hybrid tax rebate ended in America, people went right back to gas guzzlers.

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Or Japan can ignore them and other investors will get a better return.

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If investors give me a tip please to the latest available tech to generate electricity not using coal, stable enough to handle for Japan?

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