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Climate Change

Japan's Kishida to lead creation of ministerial dialogue on decarbonization at OECD

58 countries including 'Global South' to join framework to tackle climate change

Kishida said in the interview with Nikkei that Japan is ready to lead the discussion on other global issues such as generative artificial intelligence and free distribution of data in the digital field, as well as climate change. (Photo by Sae Kamae)

TOKYO -- Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida will announce the creation of a ministerial-level dialogue framework on decarbonization at a meeting of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development in Paris early May, he said in a recent written interview with Nikkei.

With Japan chairing the OECD this year, Kishida will address the climate change issue on May 2 in Paris, where the organization is headquartered.

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