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Japan has generally been better than the U.S. internationally on a number of issues, including reducing electronic waste, recycling, and energy-efficiency.

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Daniel Esty, director of the Yale Center for Environmental Law and Policy in New Haven, Conn. (Christian Science Monitor)

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Because the USA have a lot of natural resources and J need to import 90% of them. So in J is profitable invest in such things.

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including making things small. and sushi.

of course, the US has generally been better than the U.S. internationally on a number of issues as well.

Thanks Yale!! you need a Ph.D to state the obvious?

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Let us not forget both japan and the us excel at obsessively comparing themselves to other countries. Did prof esty take that into account??

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Professors excel at making huge generalizations, which usually they have to retract the next time they make a huge generalization.

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