What can we do to fight the climate crisis from Japan?

Temperatures across the country have soared back into the high 30s after Japan’s hottest June on record hit red-hot records. This summer saw the earliest recorded arrival of a 35-degree Celsius day in Tokyo, and thousands were hospitalized with heat stroke.

The climate crisis is already causing major changes in Japan. The archipelago gets more days with heat waves, more heavy rainfall, fewer rainy days overall, and 13% less snow depth per decade. Record-breaking typhoons have caused trillions of dollars in damage. At the same time, climate change hardly appeared as a footnote in the recent House of Lords election.

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