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Why Transition Asia

2020 marked the start of a new era in climate leadership across East Asia with national net-zero pledges; Corporations have a critical role to play in realising this ambition and more.

We are committed to pushing for urgent action needed for a climate-resilient world through data-driven analysis, investor insights and strategic engagement.


Transition Asia works to accelerate corporate climate action in realising the energy and economic transition required to stay in line with Paris Agreement’s 1.5 °C goals.

We partner and collaborate with investors, businesses, regulators, academics and civil society across the globe to achieve transformative change for a net-zero, resilient future.

What We Do

Corporate & Sectoral Research

We specialise in corporate and sectoral analysis in East Asia, including corporate commitments and decarbonisation pathways, and their effectiveness in urgently reducing emissions.

Stakeholder Engagement

We integrate qualitative and quantitative analysis to provide investors and corporations with the insights and recommendations they need to drive science-based, high-ambition corporate climate action.

Policy Analysis

We combine local and global expertise to advise on corporate and investor action in the region and to advocate for government policy that supports an economy-wide transition to net-zero by 2050.

Our Latest Publications

Corporate Climate Action in Japan: Nikkei 225 Emissions Reduction Analysis (English)

December 22, 2022

🧨As we hop into 2023, Transition Asia would like to wish you and your family a joyful and healthy #YearOfRabbit! 🐰 May our race to achieve a #NetZero, nature-pawsitive and prospurrous future be a thumping and rewarding success! 🐇

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Are #Japan's high-impact companies on track to meet the national #NetZero goal? Our most recent RESEARCH is here to offer sectoral insights into the country's challenges & potential to become one of the region's climate leaders!

Achieving the targets outlined by #IEA - which recommends G7 countries achieve 60% RE by 2030 - would require significant increases in RE procurement growth rates for all companies assessed other than #Sony and #Ricoh. #Canon would need to increase 28x:

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