The communiqué summarizes about 70 Think7 (T7) papers which outline policy recommendations for the Group of 7 (G7) summit in Elmau. It encourages the G7 to work more closely with Group of 20 (G20) countries to counter a relapse into a polarized world and to work toward an end to the war in Ukraine. It calls for the G7 to develop common standards for measuring human well-being that take into account economic criteria and the state of the environment and social cohesion. It also urges the work of the G7 to be continuously accompanied by science and civil society in the future – until now, the composition and goals of T7 and other G7 engagement groups have changed with each new G7 presidency.