A photo of the G7 ministers at the meeting in Berlin in May 2022

In focus: G7 puts fossil fuel financing in crosshairs, commits to electricity sector decarbonization

The latest meeting of the G7 ministers for climate, energy, and environment has resulted in further commitments from the world's most developed countries to curb the rise in global temperatures to 1.5°C and assist the countries affected the most by climate change.

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