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Date : July 12, 2021

Japanese Contributions to Dealing with Climate Change (Mr. Keichi Ono, Global Issues Director-General/Assistant Minister, Ministry of Foreign Affairs)

post date : 2021.07.06

At the G7 Summit held in England this June, addressing climate change was one of the major topics discussed. At the summit, Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga stated that he had made climate change a top priority and implemented various initiatives since becoming prime minister, and declared his intent to aim for carbon neutrality by 2050 and to promote local initiatives and innovation taking advantage of Japan’s technological capabilities. He also announced that Japan will provide 6.5 trillion yen in public and private funding to developing countries for climate change measures in the five years leading up to 2025.


The FPCJ has invited Mr. Keichi Ono, the Director-General/Assistant Minister of Global Issues at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, to discuss Japanese measures to fight climate change and its international contributions.


■Please note that you cannot physically attend this briefing, as it will be a Zoom webinar. 

■Date: July 12 (Mon.), 2021, 11:30-12:30 (Deadline for application: Noon, July 9)

■Briefer: Mr. Keichi Ono, Global Issues Director-General/Assistant Minister,
Ministry of Foreign Affairs

■Language: Japanese, with consecutive English interpretation                                  

As in our standard press briefings, there will be a Q&A session at the end.
*In principle, questions will only be accepted from members of the foreign press.

■Members of the Foreign Press:

Please send any questions for the briefer or topics you are interested in to by 12:00 noon on July 9.  As there will only be a limited amount of time to ask questions during the briefing, we will collect questions and provide them to the briefer in advance.

Embassy representatives and FPCJ supporting members may also watch the briefing as observers (admission free).


■How to Apply: Please refer to either the email or fax we sent.

*We will not be accepting applications by email.

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