Environment Ministers agree to make efforts to reduce vehicle emissions
The meeting of G7 (Group of seven) energy and environment ministers ended on 16th April at Sapporo city in Japan.
An overview of the news
The major focus in the meeting is on reducing the carbon footprint of automobiles.
The G-7 summit will be hosted by Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida in Hiroshima in May 2023.
Joint Statement of the Meeting
The ministers agreed to make efforts to reduce vehicle emissions.
Agreement to halve carbon dioxide levels recorded in 2000 by 2035.
A major focus was placed on how to reduce the carbon footprint of automobiles.
Each country will check its progress every year to meet the target.
The agreement called on countries to help reduce emissions across a wide range of vehicles.
A new target was also set to prevent ocean pollution by plastic waste by 2040.
The G7 is a group of seven major industrialized countries, including Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
The G7 holds annual meetings to discuss various global issues, but these meetings are usually held in different locations each year.
The 48th G7 summit was hosted by Germany in 2022.
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