Cool Earth 50

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Cool Earth 50 is a Japanese plan to reduce global CO2 emissions 50% by 2050, which was discussed at the 34th G8 summit.

It is planned as a framework that would continue towards the goals set forth in the Kyoto Protocols. This plan includes three proposals: a long-term strategy, a mid-term strategy and launching a national campaign for achieving the Kyoto Protocol Target. [1]

It is supported by the President of Nikkei Inc. and Former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. [2]

There is also a Cool Earth Partnership in which Japan will financially assist developing countries to reduce emissions.[3]

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