For the 19th consecutive year, since the establishment of the process in 2005, the G7 science academies have finalized three statements to contribute the best available knowledge and insights to G7 leaders at the summit in May.
Ahead of this summit, the national academies discuss and present joint statements with recommendations on global challenges, bringing scientific knowledge and expertise into the political discussion for the betterment of the world.
The three statements, available here, are:
1. Addressing systemic risks in a changing climate: Science and technology in support of cross-sectoral decision-making
2. Delivering better health and well-being of older people through wisdom sharing and innovation
3. Restoration and recovery of the ocean and its biodiversity
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