TIME TO ACT is a climate action movement that is aimed to accelerate climate actions through effective measures to achieve decarbonization. With a clear acknowledgement of the threat of climate crisis and in the spirit of our slogan “TIME TO ACT”, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government continues to work together with cities, businesses and NGOs around the world to contribute to the decarbonization of the world.

CLIMATE ACTION FORUM
Archives

  • High-Level Session

    High-Level Session

    Accelerating Efforts Toward “Carbon Half” by 2030

  • Workshop 1 Hydrogen

    Workshop 1 Hydrogen

    Promotion of social implementation of hydrogen mobility toward making practical use of hydrogen-related technologies

  • Workshop 2 Buildings

    Workshop 2 Buildings

    Pursuing sustainable buildings and finance interactively

Initiatives

  • Tokyo Environmental Master Plan/Basic Policy for Revisions to the Current Ordinance to Achieve Carbon Half

    2022.09.21

    Tokyo Environmental Master Plan/Basic Policy for Revisions to the Current Ordinance to Achieve Carbon Half

    The Tokyo Metropolitan Government is pleased to announce our new Tokyo Environment Master Plan, as well as the […]

  • Introducing the Tokyo Metropolitan Government’s new program that will mandate the installation of solar power generation equipment on designated new houses and other small to medium-sized buildings

    2022.09.14

    Introducing the Tokyo Metropolitan Government’s new program that will mandate the installation of solar power generation equipment on designated new houses and other small to medium-sized buildings

    The Tokyo Metropolitan Government is currently accelerating all of its climate initiatives in order to halve i […]

  • Introducing TMG participated in a hybrid seminar as part of a cooperative project with the city of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

    2022.09.07

    Introducing TMG participated in a hybrid seminar as part of a cooperative project with the city of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

    On Monday, August 8, TMG participated in a hybrid seminar “Toward a Zero Carbon Kuala Lumpur City” […]

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