'No healthy planet until we're all healthy': Heavyweight CEOs set out their wishlist for G7 Summit

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The G7 summit takes place in Carbis Bay in Cornwall from 11-13 June 2021 | Credit: iStock
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The G7 summit takes place in Carbis Bay in Cornwall from 11-13 June 2021 | Credit: iStock

Paul Polman, Gordon Brown and the Prince of Wales are among those demanding ambitious green commitments from G7 this weekend – will world leaders listen?

Top CEOs, political heavyweights, and even Royalty are stepping up their demands for global leadership on vaccines, climate action, and the environment from the G7, as pressure mounts on world leaders...

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