Japan's Justice in the Dark

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To President Biden! Mr. Biden returns to the "Paris Agreement" and announces new regulations for the oil industry! He ordered a review of all the policies of the former Trump administration to retreat environmental measures.

To President Biden!

Mr. Biden returns to the "Paris Agreement" and announces new regulations for the oil industry!
He ordered a review of all the policies of the former Trump administration to retreat environmental measures.

2021-01-22: Dear Sir,
The plan to run an electric car on the electricity generated by a coal-fired power plant is crazy!
Former President Trump declared his withdrawal from the Paris Agreement shortly after taking office in 2017,
and following the procedure,
the United States officially withdrew from the Paris Agreement on November 4, this year,
three years later. President-elect Biden declared on the day of his inauguration on January 20, 2021
that he would return to the Paris Agreement,
an international treaty to prevent global warming. He only signs President-elect Biden.
I agree with the United States returning to the "Paris Agreement".
However, "the lack of reduction obligations in developing countries, including China, is a big problem.
The biggest problem is that China,
which has the world's No. 1 CO2 emissions and the second largest GDP in the world,
has no obligation to reduce it.
Developed countries should stop treating China as a developing country.
In addition to its own coal power generation,
China is promoting a coal power plant project
that emits a large amount of CO2 to developing countries such as Asia and Africa under the Belt and Road Initiative.
This issue is bigger than the issue over Iran's nuclear deal.
Western countries should force China to stop the construction of new coal power plants
in China and the export of coal power plants.

Part 1 According to Mr. Roselund, there are three main reasons
why the number of coal-fired power plants continues to increase in China.
The first factor is "energy security".
China is the world's largest net oil importer,
relying on imports for most of the oil it consumes, but coal can be produced in large quantities domestically.
As such, coal is seen as a means of reducing energy import dependence.
In addition, as the world's largest coal-producing country,
coal-fired power generation also has the meaning of protecting the domestic economy,
as it employs a huge number of people from mining to the operation of power plants.
The second factor is the "policy-making mechanism."

The Paris Agreement is an international treaty with a long-term goal of limiting the rise
in global average temperature to 2 degrees (preferably 1.5 degrees) compared to
before the Industrial Revolution. To that end,
it is a very ambitious treaty that aims to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions to virtually zero
in the second half of this century.
From the Kyoto Protocol in 1997 to the Paris Agreement in 2015,
the United States has changed its response to global warming depending on the administration at that time.
At the United Nations Conference on Global Warming Countermeasures (COP3) held in Kyoto in 1997,
the Democratic Party of Japan, led by then-President Clinton, sent Vice President Gore.
He was the first in the world to "effort" to "establish" the "legally binding Kyoto Protocol."

Biden has harshly criticized China for spending billions of dollars
on Asia's "fossil fuel projects" under the Belt and Road Initiative.
He is demanding that export support for coal-fired power projects be abolished
and that developing countries such as Asia and Africa stop relocating industries that emit large amounts of CO2.

I will write tomorrow, too.

The amendment of the Immigration Control Act in January 2017 states
that "I am not guilty" as the reason for the amendment.
Reason: Amend from "cannot be punished" to "can be punished".
It is a false charge. Thank you to everyone in the international community.
However, the Japanese government has not yet apologized. See below for the indictment. (Japanese)

Part 2 Please see the following for "false charges" of "crime of support for violation of immigration law" in 2010

Best regards.

Yasuhiro Nagano


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