Japan's first climate emergency
On Sept. 25, 2019, Iki Island in Nagasaki Prefecture became the first place in Japan to declare a climate emergency. Jesse Chase-Lubitz and Oscar Boyd head to the island to find out why.
- Emergency on Japan's lucky island (Jesse Chase-Lubitz and Oscar Boyd)
- Throwaway society: Rejecting a life consumed by plastic (Andrew McKirdy)
- Why aren't more young people fighting climate change in Japan? (Ryusei Takahashi, The Japan Times)
- Living in Japan during a time of climate crisis (Jesse Chase-Lubitz, The Japan Times)
- 'Zero Emission Tokyo Strategy' spells out capital's plan to take on global climate crisis (Oscar Boyd, The Japan Times)
- Episode 31: The youth climate movement in Japan is doing better than you think (Deep Dive)
- Episode 15: Japan — climate change leader or lagger? (Deep Dive)
Thank you to Trevor West for acting as our guide around Iki.