A coal-fired power station in Takasago, Japan, on August 18. Built in 1968, the plant remains in use despite aims to shift to cleaner engery sources. Photo: Bloomberg
A coal-fired power station in Takasago, Japan, on August 18. Built in 1968, the plant remains in use despite aims to shift to cleaner engery sources. Photo: Bloomberg
Janet Pau
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Janet Pau

In Asia, climate change and economic uncertainty can be addressed together

  • As Asian economies face recession worries, many are putting climate action on the back burner – but climate resilience goes hand in hand with economic stability
  • Setting ambitious energy and sustainability targets supports green growth

A coal-fired power station in Takasago, Japan, on August 18. Built in 1968, the plant remains in use despite aims to shift to cleaner engery sources. Photo: Bloomberg
A coal-fired power station in Takasago, Japan, on August 18. Built in 1968, the plant remains in use despite aims to shift to cleaner engery sources. Photo: Bloomberg
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