The 2050 Pathways Platform was mentioned in the G7 Climate, Energy and Environment Ministers’ Communiqué. This year, the G7 Climate, Energy and Environment Ministers’ Meeting took place on April 15-16 in Sapporo, Japan, in conjunction with the G7 Summit.
The communiqué was published following the two-day meeting to discuss concrete actions to accelerate the clean energy transition and address biodiversity loss globally.
Under paragraphs 58 titled ‘Collective Action‘, the 2050 Pathways Platform was recognised as one of the key initiatives ‘intended to support decarbonisation and energy transition in countries around the world‘. The Ministers also ‘underscore the importance of actions taken through such initiatives being aligned with a 1.5°C pathway’.