In Berlin, three farming families and the environmental organization Greenpeace are taking the battle against climate change to court. They are suing the German government, claiming it is reducing CO2 emissions too slowly to reach its promised goal.
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On the final day of the summit in Cornwall, England, G7 leaders made pledges on tackling the coronavirus pandemic, addressing climate change, human rights issues and endorsing a global minimum tax.
Politicians and experts met at an "Africa Roundtable" in Berlin to discuss how to reset their relationship and join forces to tackle issues such as the pandemic's economic fallout and climate change.
A diverse group of 160 German citizens have until the end of June to present their recommendations for climate protection to the government. DW spoke to two participants.
Oxfam has called on the leaders of the G7 countries to pursue greater cuts to emissions or face economic consequences worse than those caused by coronavirus.
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