How important is Japans election for the environment?



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    It wasn’t. Not much, anyway. The DPJ, who won the election in a landslide, do have a much more progressive environmental agenda, but it was included purely as propaganda, like it or not. The climate change section is particularly badly written and researched. We may see some improvement, but generally speaking Japan is pretty good about its environmental policy, for an industrialized country, anyway. It still maintains the third greatest forest-landmass ratio in the world, among many other things.

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