Shuttered nuclear plants remain a major obstacle to Tokyo’s emissions target YASUO TAKEUCHI and KAZUNARI HANAWA, Nikkei staff writers International leaders pose for a photo at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Bonn, Germany, in November 2017. © Reuters TOKYO — Despite a growing international push to abandon coal for cleaner energy sources, Japan has been relying more and more on the fuel amid lagging efforts to bring its nuclear reactors back online.

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