Japan Climate Initiative
Speedy has participated in the Japan Climate Initiative.
Following the establishment of the Paris Agreement in 2015, non-state actors, such as companies, municipalities, and NGOs, are now playing a major role in combating climate change around the world.
More than 600 leading companies from around the world participate in “We Mean Business”, which is composed of international organizations, think tanks, and NGOs that are promoting corporate and investor warming countermeasures.
More than 2,700 organizations have signed “We are still in” in the United States, where the federal government announced its withdrawal from the Paris Agreement, which states that businesses, state governments, and municipalities will continue their commitment to combating climate change.
The Japan Climate Initiative was launched as a loose network to strengthen the dissemination and exchange of information among companies, local governments, NGOs, etc. who are actively engaged in climate change measures.
We invite many companies, municipalities, organizations, NGOs, etc. who can approve of the declaration “Japan will participate in the forefront of decarbonization”.
Renewable Energy Foundation
World Wildlife Fund Japan (WWF Japan)
As of January 23, 2020, total: 446 organizations