The summit will be held in June 2020 in one of Donald Trump's golf courses in Florida. The latter is known for his climatosceptic positions.
The upcoming G7 summit in the United States, to be held in June 2020 in one of President Donald Trump's golf clubs in Flordie, will not address the issue of global warming. This was announced Thursday, October 17, the White House by the voice of Mick Mulvaney, the chief of staff of the head of the federal state.
The president of the United States, the only leader in the world who has withdrawn his country from the Paris agreement, has become accustomed to keeping out of all climate initiatives at major international meetings.
The fate of the Amazon, the largest rainforest on the planet, was at the heart of the G7 summit in August in Biarritz, in southwestern France.