G7 set to ‘turbo-charge’ industrial decarbonisation

The leaders of the G7 are to consider an ‘ambitious’ joint US-UK plan to cooperate on lowering the cost of green industrial processes, particularly for cement, steel and chemicals production.

by Gareth Simkins
"We must pursue coordinated emissions reductions in hard-to-abate sectors", such as steel production, "as soon as possible", says the G7 paper. Photograph: Mia Battaglia/Flickr
"We must pursue coordinated emissions reductions in hard-to-abate sectors", such as steel production, "as soon as possible", says the G7 paper. Photograph: Mia Battaglia/Flickr

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