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The summit in Hamburg will see the Prime Minister meet Mr Trump one-on-one for the first time since he caused outrage by announcing the US would not implement the agreement as it stands.Green campaigners reacted angrily to the Government’s exclusion environmental issues from its key priorities, demanding richer G20 nations follow the example of less developed countries committing to clean energy by 2050.“With Theresa May set for a bilateral with Donald Trump she should be putting action on climate change at the top of the agenda – and pressing the US President to reverse his disastrous decision to pull out of the Paris Agreement.“Of course no one would argue that climate change should be the only topic at the G20 – and the Government's other priorities are clearly extremely important.When they do decide to enter the dating realm, they have a high drive to succeed.
Theresa May left it off her list of key objectives despite the issue likely becoming the central task of the meeting of world leaders, following Donald Trump’s decision to quit the Paris Agreement on climate change.
It comes after the Government was repeatedly taken to court over its air quality plan and amid concern that a long-awaited 25-year environment plan has been shelved by Ms May.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said tackling climate change is to be the key objective of the summit following the US’s withdrawal from the Paris climate pact.
Green campaigners have also raised concerns that Michael Gove’s return to the cabinet, precipitated by Ms May’s need for political support in the wake of the election, has led to a key environmental plan being shelved.
The 25-year Government plan for the environment was first promised two years ago and had finally been expected in 2017, but revealed how officials now are not guaranteeing it coming this year.