Toward the realization of a "decarbonized society" by 2050, the government has set a goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 26% in 2030 compared to 2013, and will review the reduction range. The focus is on how much you can raise.
Government policy to review "26% reduction" in greenhouse gas emissions
Toward the realization of a "decarbonized society" by 2050, the government has decided to hurry to consider necessary policies and concrete roadmaps, in which "greenhouse gas emissions" The policy is to revise the medium-term goal of "reducing 26% in 2030 compared to 2013."
UK “Reduce at least 68%”
From a global perspective, while many countries have announced that they are aiming to realize a "decarbonized society" by 2050, there is a move to review the reduction target by 2030, which is an intermediate position.
Last month, the UK announced a more advanced target for a reduction of at least 68% compared to 1990, and the
EU = European Union also raised its target last month for a reduction of at least 55% compared to 1990. I did.
Government of Japan Policy to review goals by autumn
The Government of Japan also has a policy of reviewing its medium-term goals by this autumn toward the realization of a "decarbonized society," and the focus will be on how much the reductions can be raised by mobilizing all the policies.
The government intends to submit new numerical targets to the United Nations along with specific policies, and then disseminate them to the world at the United Nations conference on global warming countermeasures, "COP26", which is scheduled to be held in the United Kingdom in November. ..