Energy, Resource Efficiency & Sustainability

Acting in collaboration and the adoption of measures to prevent climate change are fundamental components of sustainable development.

Developing and promoting climate change adaptation initiatives, focused on education, jobs creation, technological advancement, infrastructure development and international inclusion, also provide resilient structures for fair economic stability and growth.

The Paris Agreement established the goal of accelerating the transitions to lower carbon economies for each unique regionally dependent energy-mix

The B20 has recognized natural gas and cleaner liquid fuels as fundamental components of a cleaner energy matrix during the transition period that will precede the adoption of the cleanest renewable energy sources.

Ensuring access to affordable and reliable energy to a larger share of the global population is a critical building block for social and economic growth. Public policy capabilities must address this imperative taking into account the specific needs and resources of each country.

Another fundamental recommendation refers to structural changes towards a full circular economy model. G20 leaders are establishing a resource efficiency dialogue.  To prioritize circular economy business models, the B20 Argentina strongly believes that building on these recommendations will contribute to identifying barriers, disseminating best practices, stimulating stakeholder’s dialogues as key milestones in the circular economy process model.