The G20 is a vital forum for international economic cooperation. It represents about two thirds of the global population, more than three quarters of global GDP, and is responsible for approximately 80 percent of global energy use and CO2 emissions.
The G20 members should take the lead in implementing the Paris Agreement and drive towards effective and globally converging carbon pricing mechanisms. Moreover, the group should enable financial markets to deliver on sustainable development and further expand the work of the G20 Green Finance Study Group.
You can read the G20 Engagement Groups' statement here.