On Sunday, Germany, the European Union and the US have encouraged their fellow G7 members to form such climate change polices that set a global example.
On Monday, the G7 leaders will again discuss the issue. On the other hand, Chancellor Angela Merkel has been facing resistance from Canada as the latter does not want that the group should push the agenda on its own.
Also, Japan does not want to end its role from use and support of coal both at home and abroad. In Saturday's video, Merkel said that December's Paris climate change conference would be able to be successful only when the G7 members will be committed to curb the rise in global temperatures to two degrees Celsius.