G7 building consensus for faster end to carbon emissions contributing to climate change

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The sign of the G7 Foreign Ministers’ Meeting is seen at the media center prior to the meetings April 15, 2023, in Karuizawa, a resort town, north of Tokyo.Eugene Hoshiko/The Associated Press Leaders of the Group of Seven wealthy nations were finalizing a consensus Sunday on phasing out carbon emissions that contribute to climate change, amid calls from China and other developing countries for more aid in making a transition to renewable energy. The G-7 energy and environment ministers gathered in the northern Japanese city of Sapporo are expected to issue a communiqué Sunday that balances climate and other environmental...