Corbis Bay (dpa-AFX) – Germany and Australia want to work more closely together than ever before on hydrogen technology in the fight against climate change. Chancellor Angela Merkel And Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison spoke about their joint commitment to the ambitious measures to combat climate change under the Paris Agreement during the G7 summit in Cornwall, southwest England on Sunday, government spokesman Stephen Seabert said. The two announced the “German-Australian Hydrogen Agreement”, which was formally signed on June 11 by the responsible ministers.
Seabert said low-emission technologies are critical to reducing greenhouse gas emissions, while at the same time ensuring economic growth and creating jobs./bk/DP/fba
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