T7 Research Details Policy Next Steps for Addressing Crises, Reigniting Sustainable Development
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Tokyo, Japan – Think7 (T7), the official think tank engagement group of the Group of Seven (G7) led by the Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI), has unveiled new research to guide policy next steps by the G7 and partners on the heels of the G7 Hiroshima Summit.
Global experts under T7 Japan’s 4 task forces have produced a total of 16 policy briefs and 4 overarching issue papers detailing evidence-based measures to help address intersecting crises and reignite sustainable development.
The policy briefs and issue papers provide timely policy support for expanding G7 engagement with the Global South and bridging actions by the G7 and the Group of 20 (G20) to tackle shared challenges.
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Task Force 1: Development and Economic Prosperity
- Toward Accelerating Climate Finance: Forging a New Partnership between the Global South and the Global North
- Food Security in Times of Crisis: An Action Plan for the G7
- Policy Actions for Alleviating Debt Distress and Debt Sustainability Risks in the Global South
- The Global South Growing out of Poverty, Inequality, and Exclusiveness—What the G7 Needs to Do
Task Force 2: Wellbeing, Environmental Sustainability, and Just Transition
- Accelerating “Just” Energy Transition: Implementation and Financing Pathways for the G7
- Critical Minerals for Net-Zero Transition: How the G7 can Address Supply Chain Challenges and Socioenvironmental Spillovers
- Putting Societal Well-Being at the Core of G7 Climate Strategies: Entry Points and Enabling Reforms
- The Role of the G7 in Strengthening the Global Landscape of Climate Finance for Adaptation and Loss and Damage
Task Force 3: Science and Digitalization for A Better Future
- Sustainable and Scalable Food, Water, and Land Systems through Technology, Innovation, and Inclusion
- Harnessing the Potential—and Mitigating the Risks—of Using Digital Innovation to Build a More Climate-Resilient, Prosperous, and Democratic World
- People-Centered Science and Digital Transformation: A Practical Proposal for the G7 and G20
- Intellectual Property Rights Regimes, Their Assets, and Limitations
Task Force 4: Peace, Security, and Global Governance
- Enhancing Global Governance to Safeguard Peace in the Digital Age
- Reshaping the International Order through Human Rights and “Disarmament, Demobilization, and Reintegration” Implementation in Multilateral Organizations
- Toward a New Age of Multilateralism
- The Role of Women’s Organizations in the Peace Architecture: A Missing Piece?