Headline: A G7 Climate Club to Booster Transatlantic Relations?

Since January, Germany has held the presidency of the Group of 7 (G7). In line with its own national priorities, the German government announced ambitious climate policy goals for its G7 presidency. They included accelerating the global coal phase-out and enhancing sectoral decarbonization. The G7 presidency also introduced the concept of a G7-based climate club, which represents an opportunity to intensify transatlantic climate and energy relations.

Publication Year
2022
Publication Type
Guest contribution
Citation

Unger, C., & Thielges, S. (2022). A G7 Climate Club to Booster Transatlantic Relations? aicgs.org - American Institute for Contemporary German Studies (AICGS), 14.07.2022.

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https://www.aicgs.org/2022/07/a-g7-climate-club-to-booster-transatlantic-relati…
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Climate Action in National and International Processes (ClimAct)