Policy Information

Request for public comments on Interim Report by Global Environmental Subcommittee, Environment Committee, Industrial Structure Council
- Future Measures for Global Warming

September 24, 2004

Industrial Science and Technology
Policy and Environment Bureau

Environment and Economy Office

To achieve the 6% emission reduction commitment in the Kyoto Protocol, measures including the reduction of CO2 emissions from energy sources, sinks, and the use of Kyoto mechanisms are set in The New Climate Change Policy Program (March 2002). In order to fulfill its commitments, Japan has been working on measures in accordance with this program, which is to be reviewed by the government in 2004.

Under such conditions, the evaluation of The New Climate Change Policy Program has been made by the Global Environmental Subcommittee, Environment Committee, Industrial Structure Council. On the basis of discussions by this subcommittee, the interim report regarding gFuture Measures for Global Warmingh has been compiled to provide direction for the review of The New Climate Change Policy Program.

Therefore, we solicit comments from the public on the interim report, and look forward to receiving them.

[Guidelines for public comments]

1. Subject

"Interim Report by Global Environmental Subcommittee, Environmental Committee, Industrial Structure Council – Future Measures for Global Warming"

2. Deadline

5PM (JST), October 15, 2004

3. Procedure for making comments

If you have any comments on the interim report – Future Measures for Global Warming, please send an e-mail to chikyuu-ondanka@meti.go.jp by 5PM (JST), October 15, 2004. Please conform to the following form at when you make your comment (s). We are unable to accept your comment except by e-mail. Please understand that your comments may be made public, but without disclosing your e-mail address.

e-mail form

  1. Name: This can also be the name of an organization.
  2. Nationality
  3. e-mail address
  4. Occupation (name of company, organization, position, etc.)
  5. Your comments: Indicate the page (s) to which you want to refer before providing your comments.

Contact:

Taro SATO (sato-taro@meti.go.jp)
Masayoshi OHTAKE (ohtake-masayoshi@meti.go.jp)

Industrial Science and Technology
Policy and Environment Bureau
Environment and Economy Office

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