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6. Reports


Talk is Cheap: How G20 Governments are Financing Climate Disaster (July 2017)

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E3G  Coal Scorecard update: G7 Scorecard and Briefing paper (May 2016)

E3G updates their G7 coal Scorecard and briefing paper regarding Japanese coal policy. The first updated G7 coal scorecard since the Paris climate agreement shows further positive progress in coal investment trends. Japan however remains at odds with its G7 counterparts. (Link)

  • Anainst the Odds – As China and the U.S. move low carbon, Japan bets on business as usual
  • G7 Coal Scorecard Update – Coal phase out commitments and power plant closures

Air quality and health impacts of new coal-fired power plants in the Tokyo-Chiba and Osaka-Hyogo regions (May 2016)

Kiko Network and Greenpeace summarized case study of health impacts of new coal-fired power plants in theLaurireporr-EG Japanese major towns. (PDF)

WWF: The Incompatibility of High-Efficient Coal Technology with 2 ºC Scenarios  (WWF Japan, April 2016)

This report shows that HELE coal-fired electricity generation is incompatible with the goal to keep ecofys reporttemperature rise under 2°C. (PDF)


This report,  written by authors from Coalswarm, The Shierra Club, Greenpeace, provides the results of the BoomandBust-EG
survey completed in January 2016 by the Global Coal Plant
Tracker. (Link)

Dirty Coal: Breaking the Myth About Japanese-Funded Coal Plants (April 2015)

This is the document that shows considerable increase of Japanese governmental finance support for coal img_DirtyCoalplants by JBIC.(PDF)

Japan’s Path to Sustainable Electricity Supply” (Kiko Network,April 2015)

This report, commissioned to Bruce C. Buckheit, Energy and Environment Consultant, former USEPA official, reviews current Japanese energy policy and potential energy options and issues, focusing on electricity, that is not fully considered in Japan’s Strategic Energy Plan and potential policy revisions within Japan.(PDF

Kiko Network Newsletter (Kiko Network,March 2013)

img_newsletter“A movement to construct a new coal fired power plant ~Stop!~”
The article illustrates the problem of TEPCO’s bid for a new coal fired power plant.(PDF

WWF Japan’s Briefing Paper (WWF Japan,February 2013)

“TEPCO’s bid for a new power source will increase coal power use”
The article illustrates the problem of TEPCO’s bid for a new coal fired power plant.(PDF

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A recent report by Greenpeace“Point of No Return”(January 2013)

A report that focuses on worldwide coal power. (PDF

World Resources Institute(October 2012)

“Global Coal Risk Assessment: Data Analysis and Market Research”
Evaluating the risks of worldwide coal power through data analysis and market research.(LINK

Sierra Club’s introduction of worldwide anti-coal movements(September 2012)

“Move Beyond Coal, Now! Victories on the Front Lines”
Demonstrates the successful examples of anti-coal campaigns in India, USA, Kosovo, Germany, Australia, Indonesia, Turkey, and Malaysia.(PDF


A video that reveals the reality of coal(September 2012)

The True Cost of Coal
Greenpeace Australia demands ships carrying coal across the Great Barrier Reef to stop using coal. (You Tube