We explore the greater than expected power demand in Japan and the impact of demographic changes in South Korea.
In this episode of ESG360, we explore the five factors behind electricity shortages in Japan and how they can be tackled. We also discuss part 4 of our ESG in East Asia series, which focuses on how companies in South Korea can adapt to counter demographic challenges like an aging population and low birth rate.
Head of ESG Team
Senior Lecturer, School of East Asian Studies, University of Sheffield
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