Environment ministers from the Group of Seven industrialized nations will agree at their meeting in Toyama to push for the early entry into force of a landmark climate deal reached in Paris last year and express their resolve to show leadership in slashing greenhouse gas emissions, a draft communique of the talks said Friday.

The ministers also plan to list a set of goals to promote the efficient use of resources, including recycling waste generated from natural disasters, under what they call the “Toyama Framework on Material Cycles,” taking the name of the city on the Sea of Japan coast where the two-day meeting will start on Sunday.

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