The Group of Seven most powerful nations on Sunday recommitted on cooperation to thwart climate change as they aim to nearly halve their greenhouse-gas emissions by 2030 and made good on a late pledge to help developing nations pivot to cleaner energy.

The group said it will deliver on a previously pledged $100 billion for developing countries to speed up a shift to renewable energy, according to the U.K. government, which is hosting the G-7 event.

Only two nations by Sunday night vowed to raise their help for poorer nations. Canada said it would double its climate finance pledge to C$5.3 billion ($4.4 billion) over the next five years and Germany would increase its by 2 billion to 6 billion euros ($7.26 billion) a year by

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