Ahead of the G7 summit in Carbis Bay in southwest England, artists have erected a huge sculpture made of electronic waste. The installation dubbed "Mount Recyclemore" aims to highlight the environmental threat of e-waste around the world.
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Leaders started the three-day event in the UK with global pandemic recovery high on the agenda, including a commitment to share 1 billion vaccine doses with poorer countries.
Activists "Sound the Alarm" on the climate and ecological emergency as G7 leaders meet in Cornwall. The environmental campaigners are staging a series of demonstrations throughout the three-day summit.
The US leads efforts to create a western alternative to China's New Silk Road project, but the EU is wary of setting up an anti-China coalition. Bernd Riegert reports from Carbis Bay.
On the second day of the G7 summit, world leaders said they will pledge money to rival China's Belt and Road initiative, Beijing's infrastructure investment policy that some US officials have called "debt diplomacy."
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