Heads of G7 states agreed with the conservation of the global temperature increase of maximum 2°C compared to pre-industrial levels.
It is an important signal considered the worrying temperature data of the fist months of the 2015, that are the most warmest ever.
The leaders commited to descrease the Greenhouse gas emissions at 70% within 2050, to eliminate carbon energy in favour of renewable energy, and increase the developing nations fund for renewable energy of 100 billion of dollars.
This agreement is a great starting point toward the XXI UNFCCC(United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change) Conference that will occur in Paris in December 2015. This conference want to subscribe to a binding agreement on cliamte change for all world nations.