ABOUT India’s G20 PRESIDENCY

India will assume the G20 Presidency from the 1st of December this year from Indonesia and will convene the G20 Leaders’ Summit for the first time in the country in 2023. A nation deeply committed to democracy and multilateralism, India’s G20 Presidency would be a watershed moment in her history as it seeks to play an important role by finding pragmatic global solutions for the wellbeing of all, and in doing so, manifest the true spirit of ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam’ or the ‘World is One Family’.

Sectors

Renewable
Renewable
Health
Health
Digital India
Digital India
LiFE
LiFE
SDGs
SDGs
Multilateral Reforms
Multilateral Reforms
Trade & Investment
Trade & Investment
Agriculture
Agriculture
Startups
Startups
Culture
Culture
Education
Education
Employment & Skilling
Employment & Skilling
Financial Inclusion
Financial Inclusion
Tourism
Tourism
Women-led Development
Women-led Development
Anti-Corruption
Anti-Corruption

Roadmap for Greener India 'Panchamrit'

  • Reach non-fossil energy capacity of 500GW by 2030
  • Fulfil 50% energy requirements via Renewable Energy by 2030
  • Reduce 1 billion carbon emissions by 2030
  • Reduce carbon intensity below 45% by 2030
  • India will achieve the target of Net-Zero by 2070