According to what is learned, the agreement on the final declaration of the G20 in Rome closed at the G20 in Rome. Including the oldest chapter on climate, which confirms the allocation of 100 billion to the most fragile countries to face the challenge of ecological transition in the coming years. In the draft of the final declaration, the goal remains the reduction of the target from 2 to 1.5 degrees. Read also THE DRAFT DECLARATION In the final declaration of the G20 the formula chosen, according to what is learned from sources close to the negotiations, is “half century” for the carbon neutrality goal and not 2050 as desired by some G20 countries. According to the sources, the compromise would have been to meet the situation of diversity among the countries some of which still need coal. With this final declaration, he explains, he aims at a common goal but with a little flexibility to take into account the different situations. According to what has been learned, the common goal of a reduction of the target from 2 to 1.5 degrees remains confirmed and also the commitment to bring climate financing to 100 billion. In the final declaration there is also the agreement on vaccines and solidarity with southern and African countries and on the global tax.