G7 summit: 3 key takeaways for net zero action, nature and the circular economy
The Group of Seven heads of state met for a summit in Hiroshima, Japan
The meeting had potentially far-reaching implications that could help accelerate action
The three key takeaways focused on the phasing out of fossil fuels
The Group of Seven (G7) summit was the first in a series of important multilateral milestones in the diplomatic calendar for 2023. Bringing together the heads of state of the US, UK, Canada, Germany, France, Italy, Japan and the European Union, the G7 precedes and largely sets the tone for the subsequent Group of 20 (G20) meeting and other key climate-focused diplomatic engagements later in the year, such as COP28. The meeting, therefore, represents a key fixture for efforts to tackle the climate crisis, defining priorities and action points for the year ahead.
This year’s G7 meeting contained some significant outcomes concerning the climate crisis. These have potentially far-reaching implications that could help accelerate action to decarbonise global economies and limit heating to 1.5°C – as per the Paris Agreement. The G7 leaders also agreed on targeted action to protect nature and biodiversity and enhance circularity to minimise human impact on our planet. Learn More /…
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