Expert: Japan must do more to curb coal-fired power plants
from Reuters UK
Japan's government is considering new steps to tighten regulations on coal-fired power stations, but some experts said these would not be enough to help meet its goals on curbing carbon emissions over the next couple of decades. Tokyo is trying to manage the competing demands of cutting greenhouse gas emissions while burning coal at record levels after the Fukushima disaster decimated public trust in nuclear power.
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