Reach out to the G20 Leaders on Twitter

Argentina    
  Cristina Kirscher @CFKArgentina
Austraila    
  Malcolm Turnbull @TurnbullMalcolm
Brazil    
  Dilma Rousseff, President @dilmabr
Canada    
  Justin Trudeau @JustinTrudeau
China    
  Twitter is blocked in China  
France    
  Francois Hollande @fhollande
  Manuel Valls, PM of France @manuelvalls
  Laurent Fabius, Minister of Foreign Affiairs @LaurentFabius
Germany    
  German Government don’t officially  use twitter  
India    
  Prime Ministers Office @PMOIndia
  Rashtrapati Bhavan @RashtrapatiBhvn
  Sushma Swaraj, Minister of Foreign Affairs @SushmaSwaraj
  Official Account of Public Diplomacy of India @IndianDiplomacy
Indonesia    
  Joko Widodo, President of Indonesia @Jokowi_ID
Italy    
  Matteo Renzi, Prime Minister @matteorenzi
  Paolo Gentiloni, Minister of Foreign Affairs @PaoloGentiloni
Japan    
  Shinzo Abe, Prime Minister @AbeShinzo
  Government of Japan @JapanGov
South Korea    
  Park Geun-hye, President @GH_PARK
Mexico    
  Official Account of Presidency @PresidenciaMX
  Enrique Peña Nieto, President @EPN
Russia    
  Vladimir Putin @PutinRF_Eng
  President’s Office @KremlinRussia_E
Saudi Arabia    
  King Salman @KingSalman
South Africa    
  Jacop Zuma; President of the Republic of South Africa @SAPresident
Turkey    
  Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, President @RT_Erdogan
  Ahmet Davutoglu, Prime Minister @Ahmet_Davutoglu
United Kingdom    
  David Cameron, PM of UK @David_Cameron
United States    
  Barack Obama @BarackObama
  Michelle Obama, First Lady @FLOTUS
  White House @WhiteHouse
European Union    
  Donald Tusk, President of European Council @eucopresident
  Xavier Bettel, Prime Minister of Luxembourg, the EU Presidency @Xavier_Bettel
  Martin Schulz, EU Parliament President @MartinSchulz
  Martin Schulz, EU Parliament President @EP_President
  Prime Miinister of Greece @PrimeministerGR
     

[Infographic] Spending Billions to Destroy Our Climate

According to a new report by Oil Change international and the Overseas Development Institute, the G20 countries provide $452 billion in subsidies to the fossil fuel industry, while only $121 billion goes to subsidizing clean, renewable energy.

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[Infographic] Fossil Fuels Favoured for Subsidies Over Renewable Energy

According to a new report by Oil Change international and the Overseas Development Institute, the G20 countries provide $452 billion in subsidies to the fossil fuel industry, while only $121 billion goes to subsidizing clean, renewable energy.

Share this widely and help spread the word on social media! Tell G20 leaders that #theworldiswatching.

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