In a recent opinion piece published on The Third Pole, Michael Kugelman delves into the heart of the G20’s Delhi Declaration and its promises to combat climate change. While the declaration boasts extensive commitments, it lacks specific targets and timeframes, leaving room for scrutiny and action. The G20’s focus on climate change aligns with the urgent global challenge it was established to address, particularly impacting the Global South. As the G20 pledges to contribute to global mitigation efforts, Kugelman’s analysis sheds light on the need for concrete goals and a deeper commitment from member states. For a comprehensive exploration of this topic, click here to read the full opinion piece on The Third Pole‘s website.