The chair's summary of the meeting highlights the lack of unity among nations on key issues like phasing down unabated fossil fuels, increasing renewable energy, and providing low-cost financing for developing countries
The leaders gathered at the recently concluded spring meeting of the World Bank and IMF in Washington, DC, discussed ways to work the financial system so that it serves countries that are in debt trouble and are vulnerable to climate change
Group of 20 (G20) nations account for 80 per cent of global emissions. Their leadership is needed more than ever. The decisions they take now will determine whether the promise made at Paris is kept or broken.