The G7 hammered one more nail in the fossil fuel industry’s coffin. As many countries pursue clean energy technology and progress towards renewable energy, G7 leaders wrote in a joint declarationof their determination to “accelerate our work towards the transition to an energy system that enables a decarbonization of the global economy.” To that end, they agreed to stop subsidies for fossil fuels by 2025.
At a Japan summit, the world leaders from Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States discussed issues such as global economic growth, refugees, climate, and energy. They said they’d take action to get the Paris Agreement ratified or accepted as quickly as possible. According to them, it is vital to pursue clean energy if Paris’ climate goals are to be met.
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