The New Delhi Declaration
The 2023 G20 summit has garnered significant media attention, sparking curiosity among some about its significance and leaving others eager to delve into the specifics of the summit declaration. Against the backdrop of uncertainties stemming from the Russia-Ukraine conflict, a declaration endorsed by all member nations carries substantial weight and conveys a powerful message.
Like any other declaration, it sets forth a series of ambitious and innovative objectives while also falling short in certain areas. While our research desk will offer further analysis in due course, here are some key highlights to consider:
The African Union, comprising 20 African nations, has received an invitation to join the G20.
The G20 has committed to the ambitious goal of tripling renewable energy capacity.
The summit has inaugurated the establishment of a Global Biofuels Alliance.
There is a firm commitment to implementing the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework (GBF).
Our Research Desk will be showcasing various studies pertaining to the G20 declaration, which encompasses a diverse spectrum of areas, including:
Strong, sustainable, balanced, and inclusive growth
Accelerating progress on sustainable development goals (SDGs)
Green development pact for a sustainable future
Multilateral institutions for the 21st century
Technological transformation and digital public infrastructure
Gender equality and empowering all women and girls
Financial sector issues
Countering terrorism and money laundering
Creating a more inclusive world
The final declaration may be accessed through the following link: https://www.g20.org/content/dam/gtwenty/gtwenty_new/document/G20-New-Delhi-Leaders-Declaration.pdf