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The 2017 G20 Hamburg Summit Commitments

Identified by Brittaney Warren
October 4, 2017

Document Number of commitments Percentage of commitments
2030 Agenda 186 35.0%
Declaration 108 20.3%
Marine Litter 54 10.2%
Hamburg Action Plan 46 8.7%
Rural Youth Employment 43 8.1%
Climate and Energy Action Plan 43 8.1%
#eSkillsforGirls 26 4.9%
Terrorism Statement 23 4.3%
Partnership with Africa 2 0.4%
Total

531

100%

Note:
The following documents released at the Hamburg Summit do not count for coding commitments: High Level Principles on the Liability of Legal Persons, High Level Principles on Organizing against Corruption, High Level Principles on Combating Corruption related to Illegal Trade in Wildlife, Women's Entrepreneurship Facility, Resource Efficiency Dialogue, Annual Progress Report 2017

Issue area Number Percentage
Development

75

14.1%

Environment

57

10.7%

Energy

42

7.9%

Macroeconomic policy

40

7.5%

Financial regulation

39

7.3%

Crime and corruption

32

6.0%

Gender

30

5.6%

Trade

29

5.5%

Labour and employment

25

4.7%

Terrorism

24

4.5%

ICT

23

4.3%

Food and agriculture

22

4.1%

Climate change

22

4.1%

Health

19

3.6%

Migration and refugees

16

3.0%

IFI reform

14

2.6%

International cooperation (G20 governance)

9

1.7%

Infrastructure

6

1.1%

Digital economy

4

0.8%

Social policy

2

0.4%

Education

1

0.2%

Total

531

100%

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G20 Leaders' Declaration: Shaping an Interconnected World (108)

Preamble

2017-1 By bringing together developed and emerging market economies, the G20 is determined to shape globalisation to benefit all people. (international cooperation)
2017-2 We are resolved to tackle common challenges to the global community, including terrorism, displacement, poverty, hunger and health threats, job creation, climate change, energy security, and inequality including gender inequality, as a basis for sustainable development and stability. (international cooperation)
2017-3 We will continue to work together with others, including developing countries, to address these challenges, building on the rules- based international order. (international cooperation)
2017-4 Expanding on the results of previous presidencies, in particular the 2016 G20 Summit in Hangzhou, we decide today to take concrete actions to advance the three aims of building resilience, improving sustainability and assuming responsibility. (international cooperation)

Sharing the Benefits of Globalization

Prospering Global Economy

2017-5 We reaffirm our commitment to international economic and financial cooperation to further strengthen growth and safeguard against downside risks. (macroeconomic policy)
2017-6 We will continue to use all policy tools – monetary, fiscal and structural – individually and collectively to achieve our goal of strong, sustainable, balanced and inclusive growth, while enhancing economic and financial resilience. (macroeconomic policy)
2017-7 We reinforce our commitment to structural reforms. (financial regulation)
2017-8 We reaffirm our previous exchange rate commitments. (macroeconomic policy)
2017-9 We will strive to reduce excessive global imbalances in a way that supports global growth. (macroeconomic policy)
2017-10 We will promote greater inclusiveness, fairness and equality in our pursuit of economic growth and job creation. (macroeconomic policy)

Trade and Investment

2017-11 We will keep markets open noting the importance of reciprocal and mutually advantageous trade and investment frameworks and the principle of non-discrimination, and continue to fight protectionism including all unfair trade practices (trade)
2017-12 We will strive to ensure a level playing field, in particular by promoting a favourable environment for trade and investment in this regard. (trade)
2017-13 We commit to further strengthen G20 trade and investment cooperation. (trade)
2017-14 We agree to exchange experiences on the mitigation of the adjustment costs of trade and investment liberalisation and technological change, and on appropriate domestic policies (trade)
2017-15 [We agree] to enhance international cooperation towards inclusive and sustainable global growth. (macroeconomic policy)
2017-16 We note the importance of bilateral, regional and plurilateral agreements being open, transparent, inclusive and WTO-consistent, and commit to working to ensure they complement the multilateral trade agreements. (trade)
2017-17 We commit to work together with all WTO members to make the eleventh WTO Ministerial Conference a success. (trade)
2017-18 To further improve the functioning of the WTO, we will cooperate to ensure the effective and timely enforcement of trade rules and commitments (trade)
2017-19 [To further improve the functioning of the WTO, we will cooperate to improve] its negotiating, monitoring and dispute settlement functions. (trade)
2017-20 We will seek to identify strategies to facilitate and retain foreign direct investment (trade)

Excess Capacities

2017-21 Recognising the sustained negative impacts on domestic production, trade and workers due to excess capacity in industrial sectors, we commit to further strengthening our cooperation to find collective solutions to tackle this global challenge. (macroeconomic policy)
2017-22 Each of us commits to take the necessary actions to deliver the collective solutions that foster a truly level playing field (macroeconomic policy)

Sustainable Global Supply Chains

2017-23 In order to achieve sustainable and inclusive supply chains, we commit to fostering the implementation of labour…rights in line with internationally recognised frameworks, such as the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and the ILO Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy. (macroeconomic policy)
2017-24 [In order to achieve sustainable and inclusive supply chains, we commit to fostering the implementation of] social…rights [in line with internationally recognised frameworks, such as the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and the ILO Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy]. (macroeconomic policy)
2017-25 [In order to achieve sustainable and inclusive supply chains, we commit to fostering the implementation of] environmental…rights [in line with internationally recognised frameworks, such as the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and the ILO Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy]. (macroeconomic policy)
2017-26 [In order to achieve sustainable and inclusive supply chains, we commit to fostering the implementation of] human…rights [in line with internationally recognised frameworks, such as the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and the ILO Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy]. (macroeconomic policy)
2017-27 Those countries that adhere to the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises (OECD MNE Guidelines) commit to fostering them and welcome others to follow. (macroeconomic policy)
2017-28 We will work towards establishing adequate policy frameworks in our countries such as national action plans on business and human rights (migration and refugees)
2017-29 We will take immediate and effective measures to eliminate child labour by 2025 (migration and refugees)
2017-30 [We will take immediate and effective measures to eliminate] forced labour (migration and refugees)
2017-31 [We will take immediate and effective measures to eliminate] human trafficking (migration and refugees)
2017-32 [We will take immediate and effective measures to eliminate] all forms of modern slavery. (migration and refugees)
2017-33 We support access to remedy and, where applicable, non-judicial grievance mechanisms, such as the National Contact Points for the OECD MNE Guidelines (NCPs). (trade)
2017-34 We will encourage multinational companies to conclude international framework agreements as appropriate. (macroeconomic policy)
2017-35 Recognising the ongoing work of the Global Partnership for Financial Inclusion (GPFI), we promote better access to financing, technology, and training facilities that help improve the capacity of micro, small and medium enterprises to integrate into sustainable and inclusive global supply chains. (macroeconomic policy)

Harnessing Digitalization

2017-36 We will strive to ensure that all our citizens are digitally connected by 2025 and especially welcome infrastructure development in low-income countries in that regard. (ICT)
2017-37 We will promote digital literacy and digital skills in all forms of education and life-long learning. (ICT)
2017-38 We recognise the important role that SMEs and start-ups play in the development of a full range of new and innovative business models and will promote better access to financial resources and services and a more entrepreneurial friendly environment. (ICT)
2017-39 We aim to foster favourable conditions for the development of the digital economy and recognise the need to ensure effective competition to foster investment and innovation. (Digital economy)
2017-40 We will continue to promote effective cooperation of all stakeholders (ICT)
2017-41 We support the free flow of information while respecting applicable legal frameworks for privacy, data protection and intellectual property rights. (ICT)
2017-42 We are committed to help ensure a secure ICT environment in which all sectors are able to enjoy its benefits (ICT)
2017-43 We will constructively engage in WTO discussions relating to E-commerce and in other international fora with responsibilities related to various aspects of digital trade to foster digital economy development and trade. (trade)
2017-44 We will sustain and improve, as appropriate, predictable and transparent frameworks on digital trade. (trade)

Boosting Employment

2017-45 Acknowledging the increasing diversity of employment, we will assess its impact on social protection and working conditions (labour and employment)
2017-46 [Acknowledging the increasing diversity of employment, we will continue to] monitor global trends, including the impact of new technologies, demographic transition, globalisation and changing working relationships on labour markets. (labour and employment)
2017-47 We will promote decent work opportunities during the transition of the labour market. (labour and employment)

Building Resilience

Resilient Global Financial System

2017-48 We remain committed to the finalisation and timely, full and consistent implementation of the agreed G20 financial sector reform agenda. (financial regulation)
2017-49 We will work to finalise the Basel III framework without further significantly increasing overall capital requirements across the banking sector, while promoting a level playing field. (financial regulation)
2017-50 We will continue to closely monitor and, if necessary, address emerging risks and vulnerabilities in the financial system. (financial regulation)
2017-51 We support the FSB's work to analyse the effects of financial regulatory reforms and the structured framework for post-implementation evaluation. (financial regulation)

International Financial Architecture

2017-52 As laid out in the Hamburg Action Plan, we will continue to improve the system underpinning international capital flows (financial regulation)
2017-53 We will enhance the international financial architecture and the global financial safety net with a strong, quota-based and adequately resourced IMF at its centre. (IFI reform)
2017-54 We support ongoing work to further enhance the effectiveness of its lending toolkit. (IFI reform)

International Tax Cooperation and Financial Transparency

2017-55 We will continue our work for a globally fair and modern international tax system (financial regulation)
2017-56 We remain committed to the implementation of the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) package (financial regulation)
2017-57 [We commend the recent progress made by jurisdictions to meet a satisfactory level of implementation of the agreed international standards on tax transparency and look forward to an updated list by the OECD by our next Summit reflecting further progress made towards implementation.] Defensive measures will be considered against listed jurisdictions. (financial regulation).
2017-58 We continue to support assistance to developing countries in building their tax capacity (development)
2017-59 We are also working on enhancing tax certainty (financial regulation)
2017-60 [We are also working] with the OECD on the tax challenges raised by digitalisation of the economy. (digital economy)
2017-61 As an important tool in our fight against corruption, tax evasion, terrorist financing and money laundering, we will advance the effective implementation of the international standards on transparency and beneficial ownership of legal persons and legal arrangements, including the availability of information in the domestic and cross- border context. (crime and corruption)

Safeguarding against Health Crises and Strengthening Health Systems

2017-62 we strive for cooperative action to strengthen health systems worldwide, including through developing the health workforce. (health)
2017-63 We strive to fully eradicate polio. (health)
2017-64 We advocate for sufficient and sustainable funding to strengthen global health capacities, including for rapid financing mechanisms and the WHO's Health Emergencies Programme. (health)

Combatting Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR)

2017-65 To tackle the spread of AMR in humans, animals and the environment, we aim to have implementation of our National Action Plans, based on a One-Health approach, well under way by the end of 2018. (health)
2017-66 We will promote the prudent use of antibiotics in all sectors (health)
2017-67 [We] strive to restrict their use in veterinary medicine to therapeutic uses alone (health)
2017-68 We will strengthen public awareness [of AMR] (health)
2017-69 [We will strengthen] infection prevention and control [of AMR] (health)
2017-70 [We will] improve the understanding of the issue of antimicrobials in the environment (health)
2017-71 We will promote access to affordable and quality antimicrobials, vaccines and diagnostics, including through efforts to preserve existing therapeutic options. (health)
2017-72 In collaboration with relevant experts including from the OECD and the WHO, we will further examine practical market incentive options (health)

Improving Sustainable Livelihoods

Energy and Climate

2017-73 We remain collectively committed to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions through, among others, increased innovation on sustainable and clean energies and energy efficiency (climate change) [does not explicitly exclude U.S.]
2017-74 [We remain collectively committed to] work towards low greenhouse-gas emission energy systems (climate change) [does not explicitly exclude U.S.]
2017-75 In facilitating well-balanced and economically viable long- term strategies in order to transform and enhance our economies and energy systems consistent with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, G20 members will collaborate closely [does not explicitly exclude U.S.] (energy)
2017-76 Recalling the G20 Principles on Energy Collaboration, we regard energy security as one of the guiding principles for the transformation of our energy systems, and we will continue to work on open, flexible, and transparent markets for energy commodities and technologies (energy)
2017-77 The United States of America announced it will immediately cease the implementation of its current nationally-determined contribution and affirms its strong commitment to an approach that lowers emissions while supporting economic growth and improving energy security needs (energy)
2017-78 The United States of America states it will endeavour to work closely with other countries to help them access and use fossil fuels more cleanly and efficiently…given the importance of energy access and security in their nationally- determined contributions. (energy)
2017-79 [The United States of America states it will] help deploy renewable and other clean energy sources, [given the importance of energy access and security in their nationally- determined contributions.] (energy)
2017-80 We reaffirm our strong commitment to the Paris Agreement, moving swiftly towards its full implementation in accordance with the principle of common but differentiated responsibilities and respective capabilities, in the light of different national circumstances [excludes U.S.] (climate change)

Leading the Way towards Sustainable Development

2017-81 We commit to further align our actions with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, domestically and internationally, including in support of developing countries and the provision of public goods. (development)
2017-82 [We commit to further align our actions with the] Addis Ababa Action Agenda on Financing for Development, [domestically and internationally, including in support of developing countries and the provision of public goods.] (development)
2017-83 We will also engage in voluntary peer learning on the implementation of the 2030 Agenda (development)
2017-84 Recognising the importance of financial inclusion as a multiplier for poverty eradication, job creation, gender equality, and women's empowerment, we support the ongoing work of the Global Partnership for Financial Inclusion (development)

Women's Empowerment

2017-85 We also commit to take further action to improve the quality of female employment and eliminate employment discrimination (gender)
2017-86 [We also commit to take further action to] reduce gender compensation gaps (gender)
2017-87 [We also commit to take further action to] provide women with protection from all forms of violence. (gender)
2017-88 We will improve women´s access to labour markets through provision of quality education and training, supporting infrastructure, public services and social protection policies and legal reforms, where appropriate. (gender)
2017-89 We will also establish a Business Women Leaders' Taskforce (gender)

Towards Food Security, Water Sustainability and Rural Youth Employment

2017-90 In order to achieve food security, we are committed to increase agricultural productivity and resilience in a sustainable manner, while aiming to protect, manage and use efficiently water and water-related ecosystems. (food and agriculture)
2017-91 Recognising the famine in some areas of South Sudan and risk of famine in Somalia, Yemen and North-Eastern Nigeria, we are more than ever committed to act with the required urgency, supporting UN agencies and other humanitarian and development organisations in a coordinated and comprehensive response to save lives and support conditions for sustainable development. (food and agriculture)
2017-92 We will further strengthen our humanitarian engagement (food and agriculture)
2017-93 We reaffirm our commitment to addressing the underlying causes of recurrent and protracted crises. (food and agriculture)

Assuming Responsibility

Africa Partnership

2017-94 We support the goals of the Partnership through complementary initiatives (development)
2017-95 [Based on equal partnership, we strongly welcome African ownership and] commit to align our joint measures with regional strategies and priorities, in particular the African Union's Agenda 2063 and its Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa (PIDA). (development)

Stepping up Coordination and Cooperation on Displacement and Migration

2017-96 We commit to countering migrant smuggling and trafficking in human beings (migration and refugees)
2017-97 we are determined to take action against people smugglers and traffickers. (migration and refugees)
2017-98 We seek to address the root causes of displacement. (migration and refugees)
2017-99 We will promote sustainable economic development in those countries. (migration and refugees)
2017-100 We commit to addressing the distinct needs of refugees and migrants, in particular close to their region of origin and, when applicable, to enable them to return home safely. (migration and refugees)

Fighting Corruption

2017-101 We remain committed to fighting corruption, including through practical international cooperation and technical assistance (crime and corruption)
2017-102 We will continue to fully implement the G20 Anti-Corruption Action Plan 2017-18. (crime and corruption)
2017-103 By endorsing the High Level Principles on the Liability of Legal Persons, we commit to ensuring that not only individual perpetrators but also companies benefitting from corruption can be held liable. (crime and corruption)
2017-104 We commit to organizing our public administrations to be more resilient against corruption. (crime and corruption)
2017-105 We will intensify our fight against corruption related to illegal trade in wildlife and wildlife products. (crime and corruption)
2017-106 We will continue our work to address integrity in sports (crime and corruption)
2017-107 In this respect, we strive for a common understanding regarding corruption risks in bids to host major sport events. (crime and corruption)
2017-108 We are also committed to fighting corruption in contracts, including in the natural resources sector. (crime and corruption)

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2030 Agenda (186)

2017-109 G20 leaders support the implementation of the 2030 Agenda and the G20 Hangzhou Action Plan and efforts leading to achieving the SDGs and AAAA. (development)
2017-110 Guided by each presidency, we will continue to take forward the Action Plan by agreeing upon and implementing comprehensive and concrete collective actions. (development)
2017-111 Facilitated by G20 work streams in coordination with the Development Working Group (DWG), we aim to strengthen the integration of medium- and long-term approaches to sustainable development in G20 work programs. (development)

The 2017 priorities: Shaping an Interconnected World – Resilience, Sustainability and Responsibility

2017-112 We are committed to choose from all policy tools collectively and individually to achieve this goal, according to national capabilities. (development)
2017-113 We support the United Nations' follow-up and review process, led by the High-Level Political Forum (HLPF) through expedited, high quality and regular Voluntary National Reviews (VNR). (development)
2017-114 We will further establish a voluntary peer learning mechanism on the 2030 Agenda, to ensure continuous improvement of our approaches and to be able to share our experiences and lessons learned with other countries worldwide. (development)

[To further contribute to achieving the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, including the Sustainable Development Goals and the Addis Ababa Action Agenda, we have agreed upon the following concrete collective actions in Hamburg:]


2017-115
Continue to promote strong, sustainable, balanced and inclusive growth through the Hamburg Action Plan, including our growth strategies. (SDG 8) (macroeconomic policy)
2017-116 Launch a G20 Africa Partnership to foster sustainable development as envisaged by the African Union's (AU) Agenda 2063 and private investment, including in infrastructure, especially through the initiative, Compact with Africa". (SDGs 8, 9, 17) (development)
2017-117 Support and foster the Hamburg Principles and Ambitions, an agreement of Multilateral Development Banks on a common framework to guide the mobilization of private capital for the sustainable development agenda and annual reporting in this context, as well as the target on increasing overall private sector mobilization by 25-35% over the next three years (Joint MDB Principles for Crowding-in Private Finance and Statement of Ambitions). (SDG 17). (development)
2017-118 Advance measures for more effective use of Multilateral Development Banks' (MDBs) existing capital. (SDG 17) (development)
2017-119 Promote sound and sustainable financing practices with regard to debt sustainability. (SDG 17) (financial regulation)
2017-120 Help to ensure a coherent approach and coordinated response between the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and MDBs when countries are requiring financial assistance while experiencing macroeconomic vulnerabilities. (SDG 17) (development)
2017-121 Enhance tax certainty. (SDG 17) (financial regulation)
2017-122 Ensure that the rising demand for food, feed and renewable resources does not result in an unsustainable increase in water use by the agricultural sector. (food and agriculture)
2017-123 Advance ICT innovation and its application in the agricultural sector. (SDGs 2, 6, 9, 12, 17) (ICT)
2017-124 Encourage the domestic deployment of digital connectivity to all people by 2025, in accordance with the respective nation's strategic and developmental policy frameworks. (SDG 9) (ICT)
2017-125 Work towards a common understanding and improved measurement of Digital Trade in order to foster informed and evidence-based policymaking in this area. (SDG 17) (trade)
2017-126 Promote education…opportunities for women and girls in the digital economy and society, particularly in low-income and developing countries, with a view to implementing policy actions listed in the G20 statement on #eSkills4Girls. (gender)
2017-127 [Promote]…employment…[opportunities for women and girls in the digital economy and society, particularly in low-income and developing countries, with a view to implementing policy actions listed in the G20 statement on #eSkills4Girls.] (gender)
2017-128 [Promote]…entrepreneurship…[opportunities for women and girls in the digital economy and society, particularly in low-income and developing countries, with a view to implementing policy actions listed in the G20 statement on #eSkills4Girls.] (SDG 4, 5, 8) (gender)
2017-129 Increase our collective support to providing innovative, employment-oriented skills development projects for at least 5 million people over the next five years with particular attention to rural young women and men in Africa. We will do so through strengthening support to African-Owned programs and facilitating skills development by other means and mechanisms. (SDGs 2, 4, 8) (labour and employment)
2017-130 Contribute to creating approximately 1.1 million new jobs benefitting young people, including in rural Africa, by 2022 through an array of possible actions, such as supporting the Global Agriculture Food Security Program and stimulating job creation by other means and mechanisms. (SDGs 1, 2, 8) (labour and employment)
2017-131 Combat corruption as a key enabler of illegal trade in wildlife and wildlife products in source, transit and destination countries. (SDGs 15, 16) (crime and corruption)
2017-132 Establish and strengthen the liability of legal persons for corruption in order to motivate companies to make compliance a priority. (SDG 16) (crime and corruption)
2017-133 Organize our public administrations in a way that promotes integrity and makes the public sector more resilient against corruption. (SDG 16) (crime and corruption)
2017-134 Address gender pay gaps mainly by promoting effective wage policies, removing barriers women face when striving for higher paying, higher quality jobs, tackling occupational and sectoral segregation and fostering women's career prospects including through entrepreneurship. (SDGs 5, 8) (gender)
2017-135 Promote policies that help women and men reconcile work and family lives in a more equitable manner. (SDG 5) (gender)
2017-136 Committing to take immediate and effective measures, both in our own countries and globally, toward eradicating modern slavery (migration and refugees)
2017-137 [Committing to take immediate and effective measures, both in our own countries and globally, toward eradicating] forced labor (migration and refugees)
2017-138 [Committing to take immediate and effective measures, both in our own countries and globally, toward eradicating] human trafficking (migration and refugees)
2017-139 [Committing to take immediate and effective measures, both in our own countries and globally, toward eradicating] by 2025 end child labor in all its forms. (SDG 8) (migration and refugees)
2017-140 Support access to remedy and complaint mechanisms, such as the National Contact Points for the OECD MNE Guidelines (NCPs) or - where not applicable – encourage comparable mechanisms. (SDG 16) (trade)
2017-141 Act in line with our obligations under the International Health Regulations (health)
2017-142 support the leadership and coordination of WHO for health crises management. (SDG 3) (health)
2017-143 Continue to contribute to health systems strengthening based on a common understanding at national, regional and international levels with relevant partners and combine these efforts with requirements of the International Health Regulations, with the aim to develop resilient health systems. (SDG 3) (health)
2017-144 Develop and implement National Action Plans against Antimicrobial Resistance applying the One Health approach. (SDG 3) (health)
2017-145 Emphasize women, youth, people living in rural areas and forcibly displaced persons in our continued efforts to promote financial inclusion for all. (SDGs 1, 2, 5, 8, 10) (development)
2017-146 Promote access to finance to help small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) integrate into global value chains, in line with internationally recognized labor, social and environmental standards. (SDGs 8, 9, 12) (macroeconomic policy)
2017-147 Prevent and reduce marine pollution of all kinds, including marine litter. (SDGs 6, 12, 14) (environment)
2017-148 Advance solutions for resource efficiency (SDGs 6, 8, 9, 12, 14, 15) (energy)
2017-149 promote sustainable consumption and production patterns (SDGs 6, 8, 9, 12, 14, 15) (environment)
2017-150 support the transition to a sustainable and efficient use of all natural resources. (SDGs 6, 8, 9, 12, 14, 15) (energy)

Comprehensive and Concrete Actions toward Implementation according to the Sustainable Development Sectors of the G20 Action Plan for Sustainable Development (Status 2016)

Infrastructure

Collective Actions:


2017-151
Promote policy options that bridge the global infrastructure gap and facilitate sustainable high- quality and resilient infrastructure development, especially in low income and developing countries, including through multi-stakeholder dialogue on infrastructure investment. (infrastructure)
2017-152 Improve public investment management to ensure efficient and effective use of resources to create sustainable infrastructure. (infrastructure)
2017-153 Further improve financing and the pipeline of infrastructure projects (infrastructure)
2017-154 Encourage MDBs to take concrete measures to support infrastructure investment, including the project preparation and quantitative ambitions for high-quality infrastructure projects, encouraging multipartite cooperation financing models, catalyzing private resources, fostering collaboration between new and existing MDBs, and strengthening project preparation to improve quality and bankability as stated in the Joint Declaration of Aspiration. (infrastructure)
2017-155 Support the implementation of the High-level Principles to maximize the crowding-in of private financing. (development)
2017-156 Support the implementation of the Global Infrastructure Connectivity Alliance to enhance the synergy and cooperation among various infrastructure connectivity programs. (infrastructure)
2017-157 Support the Global Infrastructure Hub to help developing countries improve their technical capacity and better assess infrastructure risks and participate in the work of the Global Infrastructure Forum. (infrastructure)

Agriculture, Food Security and Nutrition

2017-158 Promote responsible investment in agriculture and the rural economies to support sustainable development and growth, increase incomes and generate quality jobs through promoting the implementation of the Principles for Responsible Investment in Agriculture and Food Systems (CFS-RAI) and the Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land, Fisheries and Forests in the Context of National Food Security (VGGT), with a particular focus on smallholders, family and small-scale producers, promoting rural services including financial services, agricultural extension, SMEs and advisory services and creating opportunities for women and youth (food and agriculture)
2017-159 Promote a systematic and holistic approach to better assessing, mitigating and managing risks in the agri-food system, including climate-related risks, building inter alia on lessons on policy formulation and investment strategies from the G20-initiated Platform for Agricultural Risk Management. (food and agriculture)
2017-160 Strengthen individual and collective efforts among G20 members as well as low-income and developing countries (LIDCs) to measure and reduce food loss and waste along the entire value chain, including by sharing information on successful policies, best practices and initiatives among international organizations, G20 members as well as low-income and developing countries through the G20 Technical Platform on the Measurement and Reduction of Food Loss and Waste. (food and agriculture)
2017-161 Support human resource development, particularly economic empowerment of rural women and rural youth (food and agriculture)
2017-162 promote increased procurement from smallholder producers (food and agriculture)
2017-163 strengthen their access to finance and markets. (food and agriculture)
2017-164 Contribute to the well-functioning of the global food market by increasing market transparency through the provision of timely and quality market and policy information, promoting the risk management and measures to limit the impacts of excessive price volatility and analysis by the Agricultural Market Information System (AMIS) and the provision of crop production outlook by GEOGLAM. (food and agriculture)
2017-165 Promote research and innovation in global agriculture to address emerging challenges (food and agriculture)
2017-166 promote sustainable agricultural production, biodiversity conservation and resilient food systems, including by technology and innovation sharing under the guidance of G20 Agriculture Chief Scientists and the Wheat Initiative, and by strengthening the capacity of developing countries in agricultural research and innovation systems through the Tropical Agriculture Platform. (food and agriculture)
2017-167 Integrate agriculture in the digital economy (food and agriculture)
2017-168 promote information and communication technology (ICT) applications and skills in agriculture to strengthen productivity and efficiency in the value chain and enhance inclusiveness (food and agriculture)
2017-169 improve farmers' skills via training. (food and agriculture)
2017-170 Promote innovation by strengthening the role of local business incubators, start-ups and SMEs. (food and agriculture)

Employment and Human Resource Development

2017-171 Take policy actions to address rising inequalities and declining labor income share (labour and employment)
2017-172 support decent work and inclusive growth. (labour and employment)
2017-173 Foster job creation inter alia by implanting policy recommendations to support entrepreneurship as a source of jobs and growth in line with the G20 Entrepreneurship Action Plan. (labour and employment)
2017-174 Improve female labor participation by reducing the gap in participation rates between men and women in G20 countries by 25 per cent in 2025, considering national circumstances. (gender)
2017-175 Reduce the share of young people who are most at risk of being left behind in the labor market by 15% by 2025 in G20 countries, enhancing youth employment capacity. (labour and employment)
2017-176 Build skills for work and life and strengthen links between employment and training inter alia by implementing the G20 Training Strategy, Skills Strategy (2015), the Policy Recommendations to Enhance Employability (2016) and the G20 Initiative on Quality Apprenticeship (2016). (labour and employment)
2017-177 Strengthen Technical and Vocational Education and Training systems, programs and institutions to develop skills, meet labor market needs, promote the cooperation with all relevant stakeholders, increase the employability of the workforce and advance towards more equitable and sustainable societies. (labour and employment)
2017-178 Make workplaces safer and healthier (labour and employment)
2017-179 [Make] global supply chains sustainable. (macroeconomic policy)
2017-180 Address informality and underemployment, including by engaging with social partners in joint approaches tackling the underlying causes of inequality and vulnerability at a regional level and by promoting self-employment and MSMEs. (labour and employment)
2017-181 Implement policies which prevent unemployment from becoming structural. (labour and employment)
2017-182 Advance policies for expanding social protection coverage for all, according to principles of equity and sustainability, and for improving social dialogue, according to national circumstances. (social policy)
2017-183 Improve job quality by identifying the dimensions on earnings, labor market security and working environment, identified by the G20 Framework on Promoting Job Quality. (labour and employment)
2017-184 Explore aging and the potential of the silver economy. (social policy)
2017-185 Address opportunities and challenges brought into the labor markets through labor migration, according to national circumstances. (labour and employment)

Financial Inclusion and Remittances

2017-186 Continue to promote inclusive and sustainable financial systems that offer all households and companies access to appropriate financial services. (development)
2017-187 Take strong practical measures to reduce the global average cost of transferring remittances. (migration and refugees)
2017-188 Align the G20 commitment with the 2030 Agenda of reducing transaction costs to 3 per cent of remittances or less by 2030 and eliminating remittance corridors with costs higher than 5 per cent. (development)
2017-189 Address the potential impact of de-risking. (development)
2017-190 Review, update and promote implementation of G20 National Remittances Plans accordingly. (migration and refugees)
2017-191 Harness new technologies and business models to expand financial inclusion. (development)
2017-192 Enable digital innovations in the financial sector (ICT)
2017-193 ensure consumer protection by encouraging countries to implement the High Level Principles for Digital Financial Inclusion in devising their broader financial inclusion plans, providing promising examples of implementation (development)
2017-194 strengthen information sharing and peer-exchange among G20 and non-G20 countries. (international cooperation)
2017-195 Continue to develop evidence-based policies and practices on sustainably increasing financial inclusion for individuals, especially for the poor and underserved or other vulnerable groups (inter alia, women, youth, elderly, forcibly displaced persons, disabled), as well as small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), considering a rapidly changing and digital environment and taking account of financial stability considerations. (development)
2017-196 Continue to work on measurement of and data on reliable financial inclusion (G20 Financial Inclusion Indicators), covering the major components of sustainable (digital) financial inclusion development in order to inform policies and to monitor the effect of initiatives. (development)
2017-197 Strengthen digital and financial literacy and capability. (development)
2017-198 Continue to strengthen the regulatory and supervisory capacity for financial inclusion. (development)
2017-199 Promote multiple and competing sources of finance for SMEs (e.g. venture capital, business angels, crowd-funding platforms). (microeconomic policy)

Domestic Resource Mobilization

2017-200 Strengthen domestic resource mobilization…including through more effective international support to low income and developing countries, improving domestic tax policies administration systems and better collection of revenues and statistics. (development)
2017-201 enhance international cooperation on tax, [including through more effective international support to low income and developing countries, improving domestic tax policies administration systems and better collection of revenues and statistics.] (development)
2017-202 Amplify efforts to support low income and developing countries to participate in international cooperation on tax matters and implement the base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) package (financial regulation)
2017-203 Implement the OECD Common Reporting Standard (CRS) in order to start automatic exchange of information under CRS by 2018 at the latest. (financial regulation)
2017-204 Implement the standards of automatic exchange of information. (financial regulation)
2017-205 Refer to the list of non-cooperative jurisdictions as suggested by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) that have not yet sufficiently progressed toward a satisfactory level of implementation of the agreed standards on tax transparency and consider defensive measures against listed jurisdictions. (financial regulation)
2017-206 Contribute to substantially reduce cross border financial flows derived from illicit activities, including by combating tax evasion and corruption through enhanced international tax cooperation and by capacity building of customs to tackle trade-mispricing issues in cooperation with the World Customs Organization. (crime and corruption)
2017-207 Support the development of international tax cooperation among national tax authorities (financial regulation)
2017-208 strengthen regional cooperation through regional organizations to enhance tax aid effectiveness. (financial regulation)
2017-209 Support the work of the Platform for Collaboration on Tax established by international organizations to develop toolkits to improve guidance for low capacity countries in implementing BEPS standards (financial regulation)
2017-210 support the platform's recommendation on mechanisms for effective technical assistance in support of tax reforms. (financial regulation)
2017-211 Support the principles of the Addis Tax Initiative. (financial regulation)
2017-212 Develop more effective capacity building programs and build capacities in low income and developing countries with the support of relevant international organizations. (development)

Industrialization

2017-213 Support industrialization in Africa and LDCs to strengthen their inclusive growth and development potential through voluntary policy options. (development)

Inclusive Business

2017-214 Use the Global Platform on Inclusive Business to grow the evidence and analytical base around inclusive business, improve knowledge and learning towards better enabling environments for inclusive business. (macroeconomic policy)
2017-215 Facilitate learning, dialogue and exchanges of experiences and good practices among all stakeholders such as the private sector and governments with the objective of agreeing on the characteristics of productive inclusive business ecosystems and developing effective policy instruments and practical tools. (macroeconomic policy)
2017-216 Explore ways of improving access to global value chains for inclusive businesses (macroeconomic policy)
2017-217 encourage its replication and scaling-up towards sustainable development (development)
2017-218 request development finance to better address inclusive business financing requirements. (development)

Energy

2017-219 Build well-functioning, open, competitive, efficient, stable, sustainable and transparent energy markets (energy)
2017-220 promote energy collaboration towards sustainable energy security with a view to fostering inclusive economic growth and an energy future in line with the goals of the Paris Agreement on climate change. (energy)
2017-221 Improve universal access to affordable, reliable, clean, sustainable and modern energy services in utilizing a wide range of policy, financial and technological options in Sub-Saharan and Asia- Pacific regions. (energy)
2017-222 Foster investment in sustainable energy projects and better regional connection with existing and well-established institutions and programs. (energy)
2017-223 Develop and implement energy strategies to increase substantially the share of renewable energy in the global energy mix by facilitating investment in renewable energy production, use and deployment. (energy)
2017-224 Enhance energy efficiency cooperation to develop active energy efficiency programs, policies and measures based on G20 members' specific needs and national circumstances. (energy)
2017-225 Rationalize and phase out inefficient fossil fuel subsidies that encourage wasteful consumption building on the voluntary peer-review process. (energy)

Trade and Investment

2017-226 Commit to an open world economy and to further work towards trade and investment facilitation and liberalization. (trade)
2017-227 Commit to a rules-based, transparent, non-discriminatory, open and inclusive multilateral trading-system with the WTO at its core. (trade)
2017-228 Advance negotiations on the remaining Doha Development Agenda issues as a matter of priority (trade)
2017-229 consider that a range of issues may be of common interest, such as those addressed in regional trade agreements. (trade)
2017-230 Work with all WTO members to set the direction together towards achieving positive outcomes of the WTO Ministerial Conference 11 and beyond. (trade)
2017-231 Implement the Trade Facilitation Agreement (trade)
2017-232 commit to working to ensure that bilateral and regional trade agreements complement the multilateral trading system and are open, transparent, inclusive and WTO-consistent. (trade)
2017-233 Resist protectionism in all its forms by extending G20 commitments to standstill and rollback of protectionist measures by the end of 2018. (trade)
2017-234 Communicate more effectively to the wider public the benefits of trade and open markets while ensuring that these benefits are widely distributed through appropriate domestic policies. (trade)
2017-235 Reconfirm the G20 Guiding Principles for Global Investment Policymaking, which help foster an open, transparent, conducive global policy environment for investment. (trade)
2017-236 Implement the G20 Strategy for Global Trade Growth to lower trade costs (trade)
2017-237 [Implement the G20 Strategy for Global Trade Growth to] harness trade and investment policy coherence (trade)
2017-238 [Implement the G20 Strategy for Global Trade Growth to] boost trade in services (trade)
2017-239 [Implement the G20 Strategy for Global Trade Growth to] promote e-commerce development (trade)
2017-240 [Implement the G20 Strategy for Global Trade Growth to] address trade and development. (trade)
2017-241 Support policies that encourage firms of all sizes, in particular women and youth entrepreneurs, women-led firms and SMEs, to take full advantage of global value chains (GVCs) and that encourage greater participation, value addition and upward mobility in GVCs by low income and developing countries. (macroeconomic policy)

Anti-Corruption

2017-242 Ratify and fully implement the United Nations Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC). (crime and corruption)
2017-243 Promote concrete and practical action to achieve active enforcement of anti-corruption laws. (crime and corruption)
2017-244 Take steps to improve cooperation between authorities within and between G20 countries. (crime and corruption)
2017-245 Continue to promote the denial of safe haven to corrupt officials and those who corrupt them. (crime and corruption)
2017-246 Support efforts to ensure that stolen assets are returned, in line with UNCAC. (crime and corruption)
2017-247 Take individual and collective actions to implement existing High Level Principles, including the G20 High Level Principles on Persons Sought for Corruption and Asset Recovery. (crime and corruption)
2017-248 Further strengthen efforts to combat money laundering. (crime and corruption)
2017-249 Fully implement the FATF Recommendations on Transparency and Beneficial Ownership of Legal Persons (crime and corruption)
2017-250 [Fully implement] our Action Plans to implement the G20 High Level Principles on Beneficial Ownership Transparency. (crime and corruption)
2017-251 Encourage and support other countries to implement beneficial ownership standards and best practice. (crime and corruption)
2017-252 Continue to work closely with business and civil society to tackle corruption and to promote a culture of integrity. (crime and corruption)
2017-253 Combat bribery, including by criminalizing the bribery of domestic and foreign public officials and enforcing those laws (crime and corruption)
2017-254 establish and, where appropriate, strengthen the liability of legal persons for corruption offenses. (crime and corruption)
2017-255 Promote greater transparency, a culture of integrity and accountability in the public sector, including in public contracting, budget processes and customs, e.g. by the use of open data, building on the G20 Open Data Principles. (crime and corruption)
2017-256 Promote organizing against corruption, i.e. structuring the public administration to detect and minimize corruption risks. (crime and corruption)
2017-257 Address the risks of corruption in all identified high-risk sectors, including sports, illegal wildlife trade and other sectors as determined by the group. (crime and corruption)
2017-258 Support international organizations to increase their focus on fighting corruption, to improve coordination and to ensure they operate to the highest standards of integrity. (crime and corruption)
2017-259 Support capacity building and the provision of effective and efficient technical assistance to assist countries in tackling corruption, including the effective global implementation of the provisions of UNCAC. (crime and corruption)

International Financial Architecture

2017-260 Strengthen the international financial architecture and the resilience of the global financial system, while preserving its open and integrated structure to maintain systemic global economic and financial stability. (IFI reform)
2017-261 strengthen the Global Financial Safety Net with a strong quota-based and adequately resourced IMF at its center inter alia through more effective cooperation with regional financial arrangements while respecting the respective institutions' mandates, increasing the resilience of the financial system and supporting efforts to enhance the effectiveness of the IMF's lending toolkits. (IFI reform)
2017-262 Continue to closely work with the relevant international financial institutions to further improve early warning of macroeconomic and financial risks and provide responses tailored to the needs of low-income developing countries. (IFI reform)
2017-263 Work expeditiously according to the agreed work agenda and timeline of the IMF towards the conclusion of the 15th General Review of Quotas, completing no later than the Annual Meetings of 2019, including a new quota formula. (IFI reform)
2017-264 Support the World Bank Group in implementing its shareholding review. (IFI reform)
2017-265 Advance the work on improving debt sustainability and debt restructuring processes. (financial regulation)
2017-266 Contribute to improving the analysis and monitoring of cross border capital flows and management of risks stemming from capital flow volatility. (financial regulation)
2017-267 Unlock untapped development financing through better use of MDB existing resources (development)
2017-268 further mobilize crowding-in of private investment. (development)
2017-269 Improve the coordination and cooperation among International Financial Institutions (IFIs), notably between the IMF and the MDBs in case of balance of payment crises and counter- cyclical lending. (IFI reform)

Growth Strategies

2017-270 Follow up on the G20's ambition to lift collective G20 GDP over five years by two percent by 2018, including through new and adjusted macroeconomic and structural policy measures that can provide mutually supportive benefits to growth and boost non-G20 economies. (macroeconomic policy)
2017-271 Provide a thorough and detailed assessment of the progress of implementing the growth strategy measures through peer reviews and analysis by international organizations in order to ensure that growth strategies contribute to achieving the goal of strong, sustainable, balanced and inclusive growth, thus reinforcing the sustainable development agendas. (macroeconomic policy)
2017-272 Use all policy tools – monetary, fiscal and structural – individually and collectively to achieve the goal of strong, sustainable, balanced and inclusive growth while enhancing resilience and ensuring that debt as a share of GDP is on a sustainable path. (macroeconomic policy)
2017-273 Carefully calibrate and clearly communicate macroeconomic and structural policy actions to reduce policy uncertainty, minimize negative spillovers and promote transparency. (macroeconomic policy)
2017-274 Implement the G20 Enhanced Structural Reform Agenda, which includes guiding principles for nine priority areas and an indicator system for six of these priority areas as guidance to reforms, to strengthen growth, foster confidence and sustain the recovery by adding new impetus for strong, sustainable, balanced, and inclusive growth. (macroeconomic policy)

Climate and Green Finance

2017-275 Continue to cooperate closely on combating climate change and implementing the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Paris Agreement, including by developing long-term low emission development strategies. (climate change)
2017-276 Encourage more private resources to be mobilized and efficiently allocated in line with a pathway towards low greenhouse gas emissions and climate-resilient development with the contribution of MDBs. (climate change)
2017-277 Mobilize and increase transparency of climate finance, including financial resources by developed countries to assist developing countries, with respect to both mitigation and adaptation in line with the obligations under the Paris Agreement. Identify (climate change)
2017-278 help overcome institutional and market barriers to green finance and private green investment. (climate change)

Innovation

2017-279 Facilitate cooperative, open and inclusive innovation (ICT)
2017-280 support the new industrial revolution (ICT)
2017-281 help bridge all digital divides in an inclusive way to identify new growth engines and achieve higher levels of economic productivity and sustainable development with special attention to low income and developing countries. (ICT)
2017-282 Realize the G20 Agenda for innovative growth encompassing policies and measures in and across the areas of innovation, the new industrial revolution and digital economy. (digital economy)
2017-283 Conduct pro-innovation strategies and policies by promoting investment and skills training in science, technology and innovation, voluntary knowledge diffusion and technology transfers on mutually agreed terms and conditions (ICT), and supporting efforts to promote open science, including through an online G20 community of practice. (ICT)
2017-284 Contribute to the UN Technology Facilitation Mechanism (ICT)
2017-285 [Contribute] to supporting an open trade and investment regime to facilitate innovation, including through Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) protection (ICT)
2017-286 [Contribute] to improving public communication in science and technology. (ICT)
2017-287 Strengthen communication, cooperation and relevant research and facilitate SMEs to leverage the benefits from the new industrial revolution (ICT)
2017-288 enhance cooperation to maximize the benefits and mitigate the negative impact of the expected technological and industrial changes, especially for the workforce. (ICT)
2017-289 Foster the development of digital economy (digital economy)
2017-290 address all digital divides to enhance inclusion and ensure that no one is left behind. (ICT)

Global Health

2017-291 Support national and international efforts to strengthen sustainable health systems. (health)
2017-292 Support international efforts, including those of the WHO Health Emergencies Program, to manage health risks and crises in a comprehensive way, from prevention, preparedness and early identification of disease outbreaks to effective response and recovery efforts. (health)
2017-293 Advance common efforts against anti-microbial resistance by developing evidence-based ways to prevent resistance (health)
2017-294 unlock research and development into new and existing antimicrobial medicines and diagnostic tools. (health)

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G20 Hamburg Action Plan on Marine Litter (54)

Introduction

2017-295 Realizing the global nature of the challenge of marine litter, the G20 will work together to promote and initiate measures and actions at local, national, and regional levels to prevent and reduce marine litter (environment)
2017-296 In accordance with and acknowledging relevant UN resolutions and commitments and where applicable within different regional seas conventions, programs and initiatives, as well as action plans and measures in place (as referred to in the annex to this document), we will continue to share knowledge and experiences and support further research into marine litter and its prevention to fill evidence-based knowledge gaps (environment)
2017-297 We, the G20, will take action to prevent and reduce marine litter of all kinds, including from single-use plastics and micro-plastics. (environment)
2017-298 We thus reiterate our commitment to preventing and substantially reducing marine litter and its impacts by 2025 in support of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and in its Sustainable Development Goals and targets related to marine pollution, waste management, waste water treatment and sustainable consumption and production by putting into practice the following 'G20 Operational Framework' and the voluntary Global Network of the Committed (GNC). (environment)

G20 Operational Framework

Issues to be Addressed

We reiterate the need to:

2017-299 address pollution from land based sources (environment)
2017-300 address pollution from sea based sources, including key waste items from the fishing and aquaculture industry as well as from the shipping sector (environment)
2017-301 address financial resources for cost-effectiveness analyses as well as measures for marine litter prevention or reduction (environment)
2017-302 put in place effective actions e.g. to facilitate the implementation of the polluter pays approach, e.g. 'extended producer responsibility' or deposit schemes – already in place in some G20 countries as appropriate and develop new sources of funding for effective waste management systems, as well as stimulate innovation (environment)
2017-303 address education and outreach (environment)
2017-304 address additional research requirements. (environment)

The G20 emphasizes its need to work on land- and sea-based sources of marine litter and commits to focusing on the following priority areas in accordance with national circumstances:

Areas of prior concern and potential policy measures

Promote the socio economic benefits of establishing policies to prevent marine litter

2017-305 Acknowledge and promote the socio-economic benefits of preventing marine litter and reduction measures in terms of employment generation including the informal sector, tourism development, sustainable fisheries, waste and wastewater management, biodiversity and other areas (environment)
2017-306 Identify policy measures on the basis of risk and impact assessments (including economic, social and environmental costs and benefits) (environment)
2017-307 Facilitate communication and cooperation between impacting and impacted municipalities, countries and regions as well as with other stakeholders (environment)
2017-308 Promote partnerships with stakeholders from economic sectors such as tourism, fisheries, the shipping and cruise sectors, waste, waste water and harbour management, as well as the plastics and consumer goods industries. (environment)
2017-309 Develop highly qualified scientific and technical staff for monitoring and assessing marine litter and alleviating its impacts (e.g. treatment centres for injured animals such as turtles etc.) (environment)

Promote waste prevention and resource efficiency

2017-310 Utilize the waste hierarchy and the '3 Rs' (reduce, reuse, recycle) approach, according to which waste prevention should be the first option, followed by reuse and recycling (environment)
2017-311 Promote mechanisms to involve producers, importers and retailers in the establishment of resource-efficient product value chains from design to end-of-life treatment (environment)
2017-312 [Promote mechanisms to involve producers, importers and retailers] in financing waste collection and treatment (environment)
2017-313 Significantly reduce the use of micro-beads and single-use plastic bags and where appropriate phase them out (environment)
2017-314 Implement source reducing measures, e.g. Sustainable Material Management (SMM), by paying attention to product innovation, product design and consumer behaviour (product use) (environment)
2017-315 Significantly reduce the loss of plastic pellets during production and transport (environment)

Promote sustainable waste management

2017-316 Support integrated sustainable waste management including infrastructure (for collection and treatment) (environment)
2017-317 Promote access to regular waste collection services (environment)
2017-318 [Promote access to regular waste collection services to] facilitate investments in waste management infrastructure in order to prevent waste leakage into the sea (environment)
2017-319 Where needed, integrate informal waste workers into modernized waste management systems in order to improve their working conditions and livelihoods (environment)
2017-320 Support international cooperation among the G20 and with other partners, for capacity development and infrastructure investments for improved waste management systems in coastal, urban and rural areas (environment)
2017-321 Establish adequate port reception facilities at ports and terminals in line with MARPOL requirements, in particular Annex V. (environment)
2017-322 Encourage port reception facilities to apply a reasonable cost or when applicable no-special-fee system for waste of sea- based sources (environment)
2017-323 Promote regulatory frameworks on environmentally sound management of waste in order to facilitate its implementation at local levels (environment)
2017-324 Secure cross-financing of waste management operational activities (e.g. through economic incentives, fees, charges, deposit funds or taxes) (environment)
2017-325 Surmount barriers to financing waste management, e.g. by de-risking private waste management infrastructure investment in G20 Countries (cf. APEC model) (environment)

Promote effective waste water treatment and storm water management

2017-326 Consider providing and extending wastewater treatment coverage (environment)
2017-327 Facilitate investment in wastewater treatment infrastructure in order to prevent waste leakage into the sea (environment)
2017-328 Promote available technologies to avoid large solid waste from entering into rivers and oceans (environment)

Raise awareness, promote education and research

2017-329 Promote public information campaigns for citizens and businesses to reduce waste generation, to re-use and to facilitate their participation in waste collection systems and to avoid littering (environment)
2017-330 Support research and coordination among countries and international organizations to identify and remediate through environmentally sound methods sources of marine waste, concentrated areas of marine litter (national, regional, local), taking into account, inter alia, litter loads and sensitivity of biodiversity and ecosystems and document defining characteristics (lack of infrastructure, geography, product use and impacts on marine biodiversity and human health) (environment)
2017-331 Support research to assess marine litter impacts on ecosystems and human health (environment)
2017-332 Promote knowledge sharing, e.g. by expert exchange, thus strengthening institutional and human capacities (environment)
2017-333 Include scientific and technical aspects in measure-related considerations, inter alia by promoting and, where under way, continuing and supporting efforts with regard to harmonization of global marine litter monitoring, as well as by standardization of methods, data and evaluation (environment)

Support removal and remediation action

2017-334 Support research and coordination to identify environmentally sound removal and remediation actions (environment)
2017-335 Develop guidance and toolkits and support their implementation (environment)
2017-336 Promote activities to clean up marine litter in a planned and regular manner (environment)

Strengthen the engagement stakeholders

2017-337 Seek to continue communicating about marine litter (amongst G20 partners as well as with third parties) (environment)
2017-338 Contribute to implementing existing regional plans tackling marine litter and developing new such plans, where useful (environment)
2017-339 Accept appropriate responsibilities and act as a focal point in existing networks and co-operations involving G20 members (environment)
2017-340 Continue to involve stakeholders (in particular local authorities, civil society organization, Industry, Financial Institutions and Scientific Experts) (environment)
2017-341 Stimulate and support Public Private Partnership (PPP) as relevant (environment)
2017-342 Promote the engagement of the private sector in reducing marine litter and in developing integrated waste management and waste water treatment solutions (environment)
2017-343 Promote the issue of marine litter in high level economic forums (e.g. World Economic Forum and Green Financing Forum) (environment)
2017-344 Inform about G20-related activities in international forums, inter alia SDG 14 Conference (New York), Our Oceans Conference, (Malta), APEC, ASEAN, and possible G20-side events, 6th International Marine Debris Conference (San Diego) (environment)
2017-345 Promote knowledge sharing, e.g. by expert exchange, thus strengthening institutional and human capacities (environment)
2017-346 Harness existing business (B20) engagement to promote a dialogue on the contributions of industry to tackling marine litter (environment)
2017-347 Communicate results, effects, achievements of measures, activities and projects that address marine litter (environment)
2017-348 Promote cooperation between authorities responsible for freshwater and marine water (environment)

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G20 Hamburg Action Plan (46)

Overview and Economic Context

2017-349 [In addition to the specific national measures outlined below], we reiterate that we will continue to use all policy tools – monetary, fiscal and structural – individually and collectively to achieve our goal of strong, sustainable, balanced and inclusive growth, while enhancing economic and financial resilience. (macroeconomic policy)
2017-350 We reinforce our commitment to structural reform. (financial regulation)
2017-351 [we] will continue to explore policy options tailored to country circumstances in line with the Enhanced Structural Reform Agenda. (financial regulation)
2017-352 We will consult closely on exchange markets. (macroeconomic policy)
2017-353 We reaffirm our previous exchange rate commitments, including that we will refrain from competitive devaluations (macroeconomic policy)
2017-354 we will not target our exchange rates for competitive purposes. (macroeconomic policy)
2017-355 We will carefully calibrate and clearly communicate our macroeconomic policy actions and structural reforms to reduce policy uncertainty, minimise negative spillovers and promote transparency. (macroeconomic policy)
2017-356 We will strive to reduce excessive global imbalances in a way that supports global growth. (macroeconomic policy)
2017-357 We will promote greater inclusiveness, fairness and equality in our pursuit of economic growth and job creation. (macroeconomic policy)

New Growth Strategy Policy Actions

2017-358 China will further ease the tax burden on businesses by around 380 billion yuan (individual commitment: China, macroeconomic policy)
2017-359 [China will] cut business related fees by around 720 billion yuan (individual commitment: China, macroeconomic policy)
2017-360 Australia will provide AUD 1.5 billion over four years from financial year 2017-18 to establish a permanent Skilling Australians Fund to support the skilling of Australian workers (individual commitment: Australia, labour and employment)

Maintaining the Momentum on Structural Reform and Sustainable Growth

2017-361 Argentina is planning USD 33 billion of investment in maritime, aero and rail infrastructure (individual commitment: Argentina, macroeconomic policy)
2017-362 France will go further with the flexibilisation of the labour market by, among others, further rationalising its Labour Code and investing more in the training of unemployed and low-qualified workers (individual commitment: France, labour and employment)
2017-363 The United States plans as part of its stimulus plan to implement a major reform of its tax system to encourage investment and growth (individual commitment: United States, macroeconomic policy)
2017-364 The United States also intends to reform regulations across broad sectors of its economy to reduce regulatory overlap and unnecessary compliance costs (individual commitment: United States, macroeconomic policy)

International Financial Architecture

Improving the Global Financial Architecture

2017-365 We remain committed to further strengthening the international financial architecture and the global financial safety net with a strong, quota-based and adequately resourced IMF at its centre. (IFI reform)
2017-366 We support the efforts by the IMF to further enhance the effectiveness of its lending toolkit in line with its mandate, including considerations on a new short-term liquidity instrument and a new non-financial policy cooperation instrument. (IFI reform)
2017-367 We continue with our efforts to achieve a more effective cooperation between the IMF and Regional Financing Arrangements, respecting their mandates, including holding a regular high-level dialogue to share information and experience (IFI reform)
2017-368 We also support the completion of the review of the joint IMF-WBG Debt Sustainability Framework for Low-Income Countries (development)
2017-369 We will continue to promote the incorporation of enhanced collective action and pari passu clauses in new issuances of sovereign bonds (financial regulation)
2017-370 [We will continue to] explore options for incorporation into existing stock where feasible. (financial regulation)
2017-371 We are committed to increasing the development impact of Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs). (development)
2017-372 We also support the MDBs work to promote high quality infrastructure investment (development)
2017-373 We support the ongoing examination of the broader use of the SDR and look forward to the IMF report on this issue. (IFI reform)

Financial Sector Regulation and Development

Implementing and Developing the FSB Agenda

2017-374 We reiterate our commitment to support the timely, full and consistent implementation and finalisation of the agreed G20 financial sector reform agenda. (IFI reform)
2017-375 We confirm our support for the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision's (BCBS) work to finalise the Basel III framework without further significantly increasing overall capital requirements across the banking sector, while promoting a level playing field. (financial regulation)
2017-376 In order to reap the full benefits of the financial system, we must continue to closely monitor, and, if necessary, address emerging risks and vulnerabilities, in particular those that are systemic, and including those associated with shadow banking or other market-based finance activities. (financial regulation)
2017-377 we commit to further fully participate in the FSB annual shadow banking monitoring exercise. (financial regulation)
2017-378 We will continue implementing agreed resolution standards and working on the full and timely removal of remaining barriers to cross-border resolution. (financial regulation)
2017-379 We support the FSB Key Attributes Assessment Methodology for the Banking Sector and its related work to assess resolution systems for banks and other systemically important financial institutions. (financial regulation)
2017-380 We will continue to enhance our monitoring of implementation and effects of reforms to ensure their consistency with our overall objectives, including by addressing any material unintended consequences. (IFI reform)

Cyber Security

2017-381 We will promote the resilience of financial services and institutions in G20 jurisdictions against the malicious use of ICT, including from countries outside the G20. (ICT)

Financial Inclusion and Literacy

2017-382 We support the work of the GPFI to advance financial inclusion for particularly underserved and vulnerable segments of society, including women, youth and forcibly displaced persons. (development)
2017-383 We support the efforts to develop enabling and responsible legal and regulatory environments for financial services that foster financial inclusion (development)

International Taxation

2017-384 We will continue our work for a globally fair and modern international tax system (financial regulation)
2017-385 We remain committed to a timely, consistent and widespread implementation of the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) package (financial regulation)
2017-386 We continue to support assistance to developing countries in building their tax capacity in order to strengthen domestic resource mobilisation and enhance international cooperation on tax, including through the participation of developing countries on an equal footing in the BEPS Inclusive Framework. (financial regulation)
2017-387 We continue to support the principles of the Addis Tax Initiative (financial regulation)
2017-388 [We continue to support] the ongoing work of the Platform for Collaboration on Tax. (financial regulation)
2017-389 We will further work on this issue through the Task Force (financial regulation)

Other Finance Issues

Transparency – Beneficial Ownership

2017-390 As an important tool in our fight against corruption, tax evasion, terrorist financing and money laundering, we will advance the effective implementation of the international standards on transparency and beneficial ownership of legal persons and legal arrangements, including the availability of information in the domestic and cross-border context. (crime and corruption)

Correspondent Banking and Remittances

2017-391 If needed, we will develop actions to address the unwarranted barriers identified by the stocktaking in early 2018 and proceed with their implementation thereafter. (financial regulation)
2017-392 To further improve the environment for remittances, we also support progress made by the GPFI with regard to facilitating remittances, including by promoting actions and policies that could lower their costs, while ensuring the quality of remittance services and their impact on local economic development. (development)

Anti-Money Laundering and Combatting the Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT)

2017-393 We reaffirm our commitment to tackle all sources, techniques and channels of terrorist financing, including extortion, taxation, exploitation of natural resources and antiquities, drug trafficking, bank looting, looting of civilians and cultural property, external donation, and kidnapping for ransom. (terrorism)

Fossil Fuel Subsidies

2017-394 We reaffirm our commitment to rationalise and phase out, over the medium term, inefficient fossil fuel subsidies that encourage wasteful consumption, recognising the need to support the poor. (energy)

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G20 Initiative for Rural Youth Employment (43)

2017-395 We are therefore determined to promote decent work and income-generating opportunities for young rural people – especially women - in developing countries. (development)

To create an enabling environment for the next generation in rural areas in developing countries:

2017-396 Recognizing the significant contribution of the informal sector to income and employment generation, we will support efforts to strengthening access to markets [in order to facilitate the transition to the formal economy] (development)
2017-397 [Recognizing the significant contribution of the informal sector to income and employment generation, we will support efforts to strengthening access to] services [in order to facilitate the transition to the formal economy] (development)
2017-398 [Recognizing the significant contribution of the informal sector to income and employment generation, we will support efforts to strengthening access to] skills development for employment [in order to facilitate the transition to the formal economy] (development)
2017-399 [Recognizing the significant contribution of the informal sector to income and employment generation, we will support efforts to strengthening access to] social protection [in order to facilitate the transition to the formal economy] (development)
2017-400 [Recognizing the significant contribution of the informal sector to income and employment generation, we will support efforts to strengthening access to] decent employment in order to facilitate the transition to the formal economy. (development)
2017-401 We commit to supporting women´s empowerment and ensure their full, equal and effective participation in society (development)
2017-402 [We commit to supporting women´s empowerment and ensure their full, equal and effective participation] in the economy (development)
2017-403 [We commit to supporting women´s empowerment and ensure their full, equal and effective participation] in political-decision making (development)
2017-404 [We will support efforts for] promoting local and cross-border trade with a focus on trade facilitation (development)
2017-405 We recognize that the current lack or poor quality of productive infrastructure in many rural areas constrains farm and rural non-farm employment and growth, and will increase our engagement in support of quality infrastructure improvements in partner countries with a special focus on Africa and the G20 Africa Partnership. (development)
2017-406 We will increase our efforts to support sustainable growth of agricultural productivity to ensure food security and nutrition, to further rural development and to make agriculture an attractive and remunerative choice for young people while protecting and using sustainably ecosystems and their services. (development)
2017-407 we will strengthen efforts to improve access to markets [along inclusive value chains, while paying attention to the particular needs and demands of smallholders, family farmers and rural wage workers] (development)
2017-408 [we will strengthen efforts to improve access to] education [along inclusive value chains, while paying attention to the particular needs and demands of smallholders, family farmers and rural wage workers] (development)
2017-409 [we will strengthen efforts to improve access to] technology [along inclusive value chains, while paying attention to the particular needs and demands of smallholders, family farmers and rural wage workers] (development)
2017-410 We will continue to support the Agricultural Market Information System (AMIS) and its Rapid Response Forum to enhance transparency and policy coordination in international food markets. (development)
2017-411 we will give particular attention to the potential role of intermediary and secondary cities and towns. (development)
2017-412 We will take into account territorial dimensions of development (development)
2017-413 [we] will support policies and approaches making secondary cities and towns more attractive for businesses and more attractive for young people by supporting relevant infrastructure and social services promoting positive rural-urban linkages. (development)

Therefore, we commit to intensifying our efforts to promote rural employment for the next generation within the following six specific areas of action:

I. Aligning with international and developing countries' strategies and policies

2017-414 We commit to supporting national policy reform processes aiming at developing inter-sectoral national youth employment strategy. (labour and employment)
2017-415 The G20 will promote ownership and align support to respective national strategies and policies (labour and employment)
2017-416 We will support the African Union (AU) and New Partnership for Africa´s Development (NEPAD) to fulfill the commitment of the Malabo Declaration on Accelerated Agricultural Growth and Transformation for Shared Prosperity and Improved Livelihoods" to create job opportunities for at least 30% of the youth in agricultural value chains by 2025. (development)
2017-417 we commit to aligning our support with the CAADP and associated country plans and the implementation and operational framework for the Malabo Declaration. (labour and employment)
2017-418 We will seek to further engage youth in social dialogue and encourage their participation in policy processes and local governance (labour and employment)
2017-419 We particularly commit to support the AU theme of the year 2017 on "Harnessing the Demographic Dividend through Investments in Youth" (labour and employment)
2017-420 [we] continue our support to the goals of the AU's "Agenda 2063" (development)

III. Promoting a skills revolution

2017-421 We will increase our support to providing innovative, employment-oriented skills development projects, for at least 5 million young people over the next five years, with particular attention to rural young women and men in Africa. (development)
2017-422 We will do so through strengthening support to African-Owned programs, such as the "AU-Skills Initiative", and facilitating skills development by other means and mechanisms. (development)
2017-423 In this regard, we aim to support the AU Commission and NEPAD in the implementation of its 'Continental Strategy for Technical and Vocational Education and Training to foster Youth Employment'. (development)
2017-424 We reassure our commitment to support global agricultural and food research initiatives such as the CGIAR. (food and agriculture)

IV. Promoting rural youth employment in contexts of conflict, disaster, fragility, and violence

2017-425 The G20 therefore supports efforts to open up economic opportunities and provide equitable social protection for young women and men in rural areas with gender specific and particular vulnerabilities in fragile and crisis-affected societies. (gender)
2017-426 The G20 commits to the Do-No-Harm-Principle [of the UN Policy for Post-Conflict Employment Creation, Income Generation and Reintegration] (development)
2017-427 [The G20] aligns with the Sustainability Principles of the UN Policy for Post-Conflict Employment Creation, Income Generation and Reintegration (development)
2017-428 We support the implementation of carefully designed public employment programs and carefully designed cash-for-work-programs with fair and inclusive recruitment processes in fragile and crisis-affected rural areas (development)

V. Improving equitable and sustainable access to land

2017-429 We will support efforts that facilitate young women's and men's fair and sustainable access to secure land tenure. This includes support to programs and government institutions giving particular attention to fair, functioning and transparent land markets, but also alternative approaches that can facilitate and secure access to land for the youth - for example through the registration of tenure rights in ways that respect existing legitimate tenure, including informal tenure rights and ensures the sustainable recognition of legitimate tenure rights. (gender)
2017-430 We recognize the potential of ICT innovation for land monitoring and governance, notably for transparent, participatory and cost-effective, fit-for-purpose land administration and will support the development and scaling up of context adapted initiatives and technologies. (ICT)
2017-431 We will further support efforts by countries and international organizations to implement the Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land, Fisheries and Forests in the Context of National Food Security (VGGT) (food and agriculture)

VI. Increasing Responsible Investment and Financing for Rural Youth Employment

2017-432 The G20 acknowledges that an increase is needed in responsible public- and private-sector investments and financing for responsible private-sector investments to support dynamic economies that deliver services, facilitate decent work and generate business opportunities and income for the next generation. In this regard, we support the continued implementation of the RAI. (food and agriculture)
2017-433 We reaffirm our support to the Global Agriculture and Food Security Program (GAFSP) initiated by G20 as a multilateral financing instrument for promoting agriculture-based growth to enhance and improve rural youth employment, including in Africa. (food and agriculture)
2017-434 We support AfDB's efforts to focus more on youth employment in Africa, including on rural youth. (development)
2017-435 To this end, we will pay special attention to the promotion of financial products catered to youth. (development)
2017-436 We support the ongoing work in the GPFI of conducting a mapping on the "availability of financial products for young entrepreneurs" (development)
2017-437 We support access to affordable finance for youth-oriented African SMEs. (development)

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G20 Hamburg Climate and Energy Action Plan for Growth (43)

Footnote: "The United States is currently in the process of reviewing many of its policies related to climate change and continues to reserve its position on this document and its contents."

Preamble

2017-438 To facilitate the implementation of UNFCCC, the Paris Agreement and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, we will strive to move forward in a coherent and mutually supportive manner that will provide us with significant opportunities for modernizing our economies (climate change)
2017-439 [To facilitate the implementation of UNFCCC, the Paris Agreement and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, we will strive to move forward in a coherent and mutually supportive manner that will provide us with significant opportunities for] enhancing competitiveness (climate change)
2017-440 [To facilitate the implementation of UNFCCC, the Paris Agreement and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, we will strive to move forward in a coherent and mutually supportive manner that will provide us with significant opportunities for] stimulating employment and growth (climate change)
2017-441 [To facilitate the implementation of UNFCCC, the Paris Agreement and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, we will strive to move forward in a coherent and mutually supportive manner that will provide us with significant opportunities for] ensuring socio-economic benefits of increased energy access (climate change)
2017-442 In addition, and in view of the increasing impacts of climate change, we will strive to increase the resilience of our communities and economies. (climate change)
2017-443 In facilitating well-balanced and economically viable long-term strategies and signals for investments in order to continually transform and enhance our economies and energy systems, G20 members will collaborate closely and balance a number of important factors, including inter alia energy security, energy access, infrastructure, environmental protection, poverty reduction, good health, quality education and quality job creation. (energy)
2017-444 We intend to collaborate closely on climate and energy issues to successfully address the challenges of energy security and productivity (energy)
2017-445 [We intend to collaborate closely on climate and energy issues to successfully address the challenges of] environmental protection (environment)
2017-446 [We intend to collaborate closely on climate and energy issues to] fully harvest the opportunities for innovation and economic growth. (macroeconomic policy)

Nationally Determined Contributions

G20 Actions

2017-447 We move forward to implementing our current and future Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) in line with the Paris Agreement. (climate change)
2017-448 We will increase cooperation among ourselves and with non-G20 countries to facilitate mutual learning, good practice sharing and capacity-building, including through existing fora, inter alia, such as the NDC Partnership. (climate change)
2017-449 Those G20 countries who provide development assistance will strengthen their efforts to support partner countries in NDC implementation. (climate change)
2017-450 They will further align their development cooperation activities with partner countries' NDCs as well as the goals of the Paris Agreement, without compromising support for other sustainable development goals. (climate change)

Long-Term Low Greenhouse Gas Emission Development Strategies

G20 Actions

2017-451 We will engage in good-practice sharing and cooperation, which would also benefit non-G20 countries, including through existing fora, inter alia, such as the 2050 Pathways Platform. (climate change)

A Reliable and Secure Framework for the Energy Sector Transition

2017-452 The G20 members should lead the transition to sustainable and low greenhouse gas emission energy systems, taking into account different national circumstances, needs, challenges and priorities, such as domestic energy resources, economic development, energy access and energy demand dynamics. (energy)
2017-453 Recalling the G20 Principles on Energy Collaboration, we regard energy security as a guiding principle for the transformation of our energy systems, and we will continue to work on open, flexible and transparent markets for energy commodities and technologies as critical prerequisites for increased energy investments. (energy)
2017-454 We seek to jointly strengthen G20 collaboration on research, development and demonstration (RD+D) for technological innovation, such as Mission Innovation and other initiatives, to accelerate development and deployment of sustainable and clean energy technologies. (energy)

G20 Actions

2017-455 We jointly work to transform our energy systems into affordable, reliable, sustainable and low greenhouse gas emission energy systems as soon as feasible and consistent with the Paris Agreement, while taking into account national circumstances, needs, priorities and challenges as outlined in the NDCs. (energy)
2017-456 We encourage the exchange of best practices on national long-term low greenhouse gas emission energy sector strategies in the G20, including among national and international research institutes. (energy)

Promoting Energy Efficiency

G20 Actions

2017-457 We seek to strengthen international collaboration on energy efficiency (energy)
2017-458 [We seek to] avoid duplication of work streams among international organisations working on energy efficiency (energy)
2017-459 [We seek to] create opportunities for more efficient use of resources with greater impact of the collaboration. (energy)
2017-460 To accomplish this, we will explore how to create an Energy Efficiency Hub. (energy)
2017-461 A task force under the leadership of the G20 Presidency with participation of G20 members will be set up to consider next steps and to develop the Hub's terms of reference and to report back to the G20 ESWG under the Argentinean Presidency. (energy)
2017-462 We will continue the implementation of the G20 Energy Efficiency Leading Programme (EELP) (energy)

Scaling up Renewable Energy and other Sustainable Energy Sources

2017-463 While costs for renewable energy technologies have decreased significantly in recent years, we need to continue to mobilise private sector investments … while effectively enhancing energy security and ensuring a cost-efficient energy sector transition. (energy)
2017-464 [While costs for renewable energy technologies have decreased significantly in recent years, we need to continue to] tackle the challenge of integrating rising shares of variable renewable energy into our energy systems [while effectively enhancing energy security and ensuring a cost-efficient energy sector transition.] (energy)
2017-465 G20 economies will endeavour to improve the functioning, transparency and competitiveness of gas markets, with a strategic view of the gas supply chain, including LNG at the global level. (energy)

G20 Actions

2017-466 We welcome the progress achieved with the Voluntary Action Plan on Renewable Energy adopted under the Chinese Presidency and the G20 Toolkit of Voluntary Options on Renewable Energy Deployment adopted under the Turkish Presidency, and we will continue implementing both, including risk mitigation instruments, in order to mobilise private sector investments. (energy)

Realizing Access to Modern and Sustainable Energy Services for All

G20 Actions

2017-467 We will encourage accelerating access to affordable, reliable, sustainable, and modern energy in Africa…to address energy poverty through national, bilateral and multilateral actions and initiatives. (energy)
2017-468 [We will encourage accelerating access to affordable, reliable, sustainable, and modern energy in] the Asia Pacific…[to address energy poverty through national, bilateral and multilateral actions and initiatives.] (energy)
2017-469 [We will encourage accelerating access to affordable, reliable, sustainable, and modern energy in] other regions [to address energy poverty through national, bilateral and multilateral actions and initiatives.] (energy)
2017-470 We will work to mobilise financial resources from private investors… and hence improving investments in energy for productive use, transport, clean cooking, and heating and cooling. (energy)
2017-471 [We will work to mobilise financial resources from] development finance institutions… [and hence improving investments in energy for productive use, transport, clean cooking, and heating and cooling.] (energy)
2017-472 [We will work to mobilise financial resources from] multilateral development banks [and hence improving investments in energy for productive use, transport, clean cooking, and heating and cooling.] (energy)
2017-473 We will continue the implementation of the energy access action plans for Sub-Sahara Africa… [including reporting on progress at the Energy Sustainability Working Group Meeting, while exploring the potential to expand the geographic scope to other regions such as Latin America.] (energy)
2017-474 [We will continue the implementation of the energy access action plans for]…the Asia-Pacific region, [including reporting on progress at the Energy Sustainability Working Group Meeting, while exploring the potential to expand the geographic scope to other regions such as Latin America]. (energy)

Enhancing Climate resilience and Adaptation Efforts

2017-475 The G20 will promote adaptation efforts and cooperation on climate resilience within the G20 and beyond. (climate change)

G20 Actions

2017-476 We stress our support for national adaptation action and recognise efforts promoted by the National Adaptation Plan Global Network, the Global Centre of Excellence on Climate Adaptation, and the Adaptation Fund, among others. (climate change)
2017-477 We will develop, starting in 2017, a Work Program with the aim of sharing best-practices and of promoting enhanced efforts for adaptation and resilience-building at home and in our cooperation with partner countries. (climate change)

Aligning Finance Flows

G20 Actions

2017-478 As spurring investments in low-emission and climate resilient development is key, we as G20 governments will strive to create an enabling environment that is conducive to making public and private investments consistent with the goals of the Paris Agreement as well as with the national sustainable development priorities and economic growth. (climate change)
2017-479 We reemphasise the commitment by developed countries to the goal of mobilising jointly USD 100 billion per year by 2020, and their intention to continue this through 2025, in the context of meaningful mitigation actions and transparency on implementation, from public and private sources, for mitigation and adaptation in developing countries, taking into account their needs and priorities. (climate change)

Inefficient Fossil Fuel Subsidies that Encourage Wasteful Consumption

G20 Actions

2017-480 We reaffirm our commitment to rationalise and phase out, over the medium-term, inefficient fossil fuel subsidies that encourage wasteful consumption, recognising the need to support the poor and we will endeavour to make further progress in moving forward this commitment. (energy)

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G20 Initiative "#eSkills4Girls" (26)

A gender inclusive digital economy

2017-481 In this regard we support the work of the Global Partnership for Financial Inclusion (GPFI) to advance financial inclusion of underserved and vulnerable groups. (development)

Promoting the participation of women in the digital economy

2017-482 We therefore particularly welcome and support the initiatives on quality female employment and the future of work of the G20 Employment Track in this regard. (gender)
2017-483 [We support the] G20 Entrepreneurship Action Plan agreed by Labour and Employment Ministers in 2016. (labour and employment)

Our shared responsibility

2017-484 We, the G20 members, seek to promote opportunities for collaboration and sharing best practice and lessons. (International cooperation)
2017-485 We agree to actively contribute to the platform and to ensure its sustainability, in accordance with our respective capacities. (ICT)
2017-486 We agree to encourage partnerships of all interested parties and stakeholders, in line with the 2030 Agenda (international cooperation)
2017-487 [We agree to] join efforts made by the public and private sector, international organizations, academia and civil society. (international cooperation)
2017-488 In line with the Agenda 2063 of the African Union and its aspiration towards a well-developed digital economy, NEPAD Agency's E-Africa Programme and, in line with the G20 Africa Partnership Initiative, we are committed to partner with governments in Africa and join efforts to promote a gender-inclusive digital economy, taking into account different national capacities and priorities. (gender)
2017-489 We facilitate education…for women and girls in the digital economy in particular in low income and developing countries, including countries affected by conflict, in accordance with our respective capacities, with a focus on the following actions (gender)
2017-490 [We facilitate]…employment…[opportunities for women and girls in the digital economy in particular in low income and developing countries, including countries affected by conflict, in accordance with our respective capacities, with a focus on the following actions] (gender)
2017-491 [We facilitate]…entrepreneurship…[opportunities for women and girls in the digital economy in particular in low income and developing countries, including countries affected by conflict, in accordance with our respective capacities, with a focus on the following actions] (gender)
2017-492 We promote inclusive education systems with a focus on digital literacy skills. (education)
2017-493 We support non-formal education initiatives to promote women's and girls' exposure to technology (gender)
2017-494 [We support non-formal education initiatives to] support the development of ICT generic and specialist skills. (ICT)
2017-495 Programmes could include technology camps, competitions, and online courses and we will explore possibilities to strengthen and build on existing global networks of civil society initiatives. (International cooperation)
2017-496 We promote higher education programmes, which equip young people - and especially young women - effectively with the skills needed for the ICT job market. (gender)
2017-497 We support public information and awareness-raising campaigns to engage boys and men, local communities, teachers and families as well as all stakeholders in digitalisation policy to challenge stereotypes related to gender and ICT (gender)
2017-498 [We support public information and awareness-raising campaigns to engage boys and men, local communities, teachers and families as well as all stakeholders in digitalisation policy to] prevent and respond to cyber violence. (gender)
2017-499 We work toward lowering the cost barrier, including through public-private partnerships that offer specialised incentives for female customers to adopt ICT. (gender)
2017-500 We support the use of financial resources from universal service funds to support ICT access for women and girls with special attention to broadband network roll-outs in rural areas. (gender)
2017-501 We support existing and promote action to create public safe spaces for women and girls to access ICT together with non-governmental organisations and other local and international stakeholders. (gender)
2017-502 We work towards improving an enabling environment – including through private sector engagement – for women to facilitate their entrepreneurship, innovation and participation in the digital economy including through support programmes such as entrepreneurship education and training, financing schemes, incubators and support networks. (gender)
2017-503 We support initiatives for strengthening women?s and girls? ability to generate and disseminate their own content that reflects their viewpoints and experiences. (gender)
2017-504 We also support initiatives to develop digital financial services that are accessible and appropriate for women. (gender)
2017-505 We promote the UN Women's Empowerment Principles, which define clear and transparent criteria for ensuring gender balance in recruiting, promoting and recognizing women in the public and private sector. (gender)
2017-506 We incorporate gender-based analysis and gender equality initiatives as a cross-cutting issue in ICT and entrepreneurship policies, e.g. national digital strategies. (gender)

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The Hamburg G20 Leaders' Statement on Countering Terrorism Commitments (23)

Implementing international commitments and enhancing cooperation

2017-507 We commit to continue to support UN efforts to prevent and counter terrorism (terrorism)
2017-508 We will address the evolving threat of returning foreign terrorist fighters (FTFs) from conflict zones such as Iraq and Syria (terrorism)
2017-509 [We] remain committed to preventing FTFs from establishing a foothold in other countries and regions around the world. (terrorism)
2017-510 We will facilitate swift and targeted exchange of information between intelligence and law enforcement and judicial authorities on operational information-sharing, preventive measures and criminal justice response, while ensuring the necessary balance between security and data protection aspects, in accordance with national laws. (terrorism)
2017-511 We will ensure that terrorists are brought to justice (terrorism)
2017-512 We will work to improve the existing international information architecture in the areas of security…including INTERPOL, ensuring the necessary balance between security and data protection aspects (terrorism)
2017-513 [We will work to improve the existing international information architecture in the areas of] travel and migration, [including INTERPOL, ensuring the necessary balance between security and data protection aspects.] (terrorism)
2017-514 We will support capacity building efforts in these countries in areas such as border management, information sharing and watch-list capability to manage the threat upstream. (terrorism)
2017-515 We will promote greater use of customs security programs, including where appropriate, the World Customs Organization's (WCO) Security Programme and Counter-Terrorism Strategy, which focus on strengthening Custom's administrations' capacity to deal with security related issues and managing the cross-border flows of goods, people and means of transport to ensure they comply with the law. (terrorism)
2017-516 We will address in close coordination the evolving threats and potential vulnerabilities in aviation security systems (terrorism)
2017-517 [We will] exchange information on risk assessments [re 2017-9] (terrorism)
2017-518 We will promote full implementation of effective and proportionate aviation security measures established by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) in partnership with all its contracting states as necessary. (terrorism)

Fighting terrorism finance

2017-519 We commit to deepening international cooperation and exchange of information, including working with the private sector, which has a critical role in global efforts to counter terrorism financing. (terrorism)
2017-520 In order to eliminate all such "safe spaces," we commit to intensify capacity building and technical assistance, especially in relation to terrorist financing hotspots (terrorism)
2017-521 We support the FATF in its efforts to strengthen its traction capacity (terrorism)
2017-522 [We supoort the FATF in its efforts to strengthen] the effectiveness of FATF and FATF-style regional bodies (terrorism)
2017-523 We will advance the effective implementation of the international standards on transparency and beneficial ownership of legal persons and legal arrangements for the purposes of countering financing terrorism. (terrorism)

Countering radicalization conducive to terrorism and the use of the internet for terrorist purposes

2017-524 We will exchange best practices on preventing and countering terrorism and violent extremism conducive to terrorism (terrorism)
2017-525 [We will exchange best practices on] national strategies and deradicalisation and disengagement programmes (terrorism)
2017-526 [We will exchange best practices on] the promotion of strategic communications as well as robust and postivie narratives to counter terrorist propaganda (terrorism)
2017-527 We will share knowledge on concrete measures to address threats from returning foreign terrorist fighters and home-grown radicalised individuals (terrorism)
2017-528 We will also share best practices on deradicalisation and reintigration programmes including with respect to prisoners (terrorism)
2017-529 We will work with the private sector, in particular communication service providers and administrators of relevant applications, to fight exploitation of the internet and social media for terrorist purposes such as propaganda, funding and planning of terrorist acts, inciting terrorism, radicalizing and recruiting to commit acts of terrorism, while fully respecting human rights. (terrorism)

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G20 Africa Partnership (2)

The Pillars of the Partnership

2. Developing quality infrastructure, especially in the energy sector

2017-530 The G20 will continue to implement the Energy Access Action Plan for Sub-Saharan Africa including reporting on progress at the Energy Sustainability Working Group Meeting (energy)

C: The Process

2017-531 The G20 finance track will coordinate and monitor the initiative as well as report on progress, future ambitions and measurable targets in each Compact country. (development)

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