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Environment ministers and representatives from Group of Seven nations began a two-day meeting Sunday, with host and chair Japan calling for “concrete action” to implement the landmark climate deal reached in Paris last year.

G-7 nations must continue working together toward “a sustainable society,” Environment Minister Tamayo Marukawa said at the outset of the meeting in Toyama on the Sea of Japan coast.

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