The Prime Minister of Japan, Yoshihide Suga, announced that Japan would intend to switch to carbon-neutral by 2050. In his inaugural policy speech later after winning office last month, Suga stated that his administration would do everything to make a green society happen by setting a virtuous cycle in the economy and the environment. Over the years, environmental organizations like Greenpeace has followed Japan and they looked into their suspended development on lessening greenhouse gas emissions; Japan is one of the biggest emitters of carbon dioxide. Greenpeace trusted Suga’s goal by saying it is exactly the kind of action the world needs. Additionally, Japan already said that it would be carbon-neutral as shortly as possible by the year 2050, rather than set a definite date. To achieve the said goal, Suga pronounced that new solar cells and carbon recycling would be useful, and Japan would further research and development, concurrently with digitalizing society.