The Japan Business Federation, the country’s largest business lobby, whose members account for over half of the country’s GHG emissions, unveiled their 2013-2020 emissions reduction plan January 17, encouraging member companies to continue voluntary 2020 reduction efforts, and outlining continued uncertainties about Japanese nuclear generation. 46 industries will participate in the new long-term GHG reduction plan with the steel, paper, and chemical industries setting a three percent reduction target by 2020 compared with 1990 levels, and the auto industry hoping to reduce emissions by 28 percent.