Japan: Climate Change Concerns Give Aid A Green Hue

Inter Press Service: It may not be easy to imagine Japan as a jolly green giant, but to several Asian countries that have been enjoying environmental projects funded by Japanese aid, that's what this nation has resembled in the last two decades. Since the early 1990s, Japan has been involved in several green initiatives across Asia, with its participation usually in the form of overseas development assistance (ODA) loans, grants, and technology transfer. One of the most recent ones, in fact, ......

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