From coal phase outs to circular economies: Five takeaways from the G7 climate talks

James Murray
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From coal phase outs to circular economies: Five takeaways from the G7 climate talks

The latest G7 climate meeting in Turin delivered an historic new pledge on phasing out coal power, but did the rest of the package go far enough?

It is easy to dismiss the G7 as a talking shop, but yesterday the latest meeting between energy, climate, and environment Ministers delivered a series of breakthroughs that could have sizeable implications...

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