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Where Do G20 Countries Stand?

Countries in the G20 group of leading economies have publicly pledged to cut emissions and accelerate climate action. Few have kept their word.

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Learn where each G20 country stands in meeting key commitments.
Click any button below to see their score card.

Argentina

(Developing, non-oecD country)

AUSTRALIA

(DevelopED, oecD country)

Brazil

(Developing, non-oecD country)

CANADA

(DevelopED, oecD country)

CHINA

(Developing, non-oecD country)

France

(Developed, oecD country)

germany

(Developed, oecD country)

India

(Developing, non-oecD country)

Indonesia

(Developing, non-oecD country)

Italy

(Developed, oecD country)

Japan

(Developed, oecD country)

Mexico

(Developing, non-oecD country)

Russia

(Developed, oecD country)

Saudi Arabia

(Developing, non-oecD country)

South Africa

(Developing, non-oecD country)

South Korea

(Developed, oecD country)

TURKEY

(Developing, non-oecD country)

United Kingdom

(Developed, oecD country)

USA

(Developed, oecD country)

European Union

(Developed, oecD country)

WHAT YOU CAN DO NEXT

We know how to stop rising temperatures: Phase out all fossil fuels – as fast and fairly as possible. So why are governments giving massive handouts to the fossil fuel industry?

We’re calling on leaders of the G20 group of major economies to end all subsidies for fossil fuel companies making billions driving climate devastation.

It's the critical first step in phasing out fossil fuels. And a first step to a better future for all of us.