Technology and Labor’s role in Climate Action and Justice:
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Japan’s automobile industry has failed to rapidly adopt Electric Vehicle (EV) technology, and Japan is lagging on procuring materials for battery technology, our journalist members, Toshiaki Hibino and Akihiro Oates, say.

They discuss this and issues with the Japan-only push for hydrogen cars, based on their years of experience covering environment, science and industry.

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