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Published 23:41 IST, April 30th 2024

G7 Nations Commit to Phasing Out Coal by 2035 but Give Japan Some Flexibility

Energy and environment ministers of the Group of Seven leading industrialized nations committed Tuesday to phase out coal power by 2035.

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Japan's Minister of Economy Ken Saito, left, and Japan's State Minister of the Environment Tetsuya Yagi take part in the G7 Climate, energy and environment press conference at Venaria Reale in Turin, Italy, Tuesday April 30, 2024.
Japan's Minister of Economy Ken Saito, left, and Japan's State Minister of the Environment Tetsuya Yagi take part in the press conference in Turin, Italy, April 30, 2024. | Image: (Alberto Gandolfo/LaPresse via AP)
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23:41 IST, April 30th 2024

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