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Green Tigers: The Politics and Policy of Climate Change in Northeast Asian Democracies

Green Tigers: The Politics and Policy of Climate Change in Northeast Asian Democracies
Green Tigers: The Politics and Policy of Climate Change in Northeast Asian Democracies

This Special Report examines how governments in Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan have approached the issue of climate change. Yves Tiberghien examines and compares Tokyo's climate change politics before and after Japan's historic 2009 general election. Hoesung Lee and Jin-Gyu Oh review the voluntary but detailed climate change strategy mapped out by the South Korean government. And Chi-Jen Yang and Hui-Chen Chien explore the relationship between climate change policy and Taiwan's quest to increase its diplomatic space. Click on the attachment for a free PDF version.

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