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In the G7 Leaders’ Summit communiqué, the G7 countries affirm their collective commitment to achieve a clean environment, clean air, clean water and healthy soil, and underscore global efforts the G7 countries are pursuing towards a sustainable and resilient future that creates jobs. Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK and the EU reaffirm their strong commitment to ambitious action to implement the Paris Agreement on climate change and achieving a global carbon-neutral economy over the course of the second half of the century, noting the importance of carbon pricing, a just transition and increasing efforts to mobilize climate finance, among others. The US notes its belief that sustainable economic growth and development depend on universal access to affordable and reliable energy resources, among others, although President Trump indicated on twitter that the US had removed its support for the Summit Communique.

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