Japan Sign Historical Climate Change Agreement

JapanJapan has signed the historical climate change pact with more than 177 countries, that insist all nations to fight against harmful emission issues. In a ceremony held on April 22, 2016 Japanese Ambassador to the United Nations Mr. M. Yoshikawa has signed the agreement at the United States Headquarters. After activation of agreement, earth is expected to reduce emissions mainly from road traffic, air traffic, and industrial smokes as well. The emissions control law may be more strict even in small nations to protect increase of greenhouse gases.

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