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Japan promotes ‘Super Cool Biz’ energy saving campaign via BBC News

Japan’s government wants the country’s office workers to shed their suits in an attempt to use less energy on air conditioning systems this summer.

The government’s “Super Cool Biz” campaign encourages workers to wear outfits appropriate for the office yet cool enough to endure the summer heat.

Polo shirts and trainers are allowed, while jeans and sandals are also acceptable under certain circumstances.

The loss of the Fukushima nuclear power plant could lead to energy shortages.

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