President Biden has made turning the tide towards a clean energy transition one of his Administration’s top priorities.  Tackling the climate crisis requires global action, and while in New Delhi, India, for the G20 Leaders’ Summit, President Biden has continued to build innovative partnerships as part of a global effort to combat climate change.

Today, on the margins of the G20 Leaders’ Summit, President Biden joined Indian Prime Minister Modi and leaders from Argentina, Brazil, Italy, Mauritius, and the UAE to launch the Global Biofuels Alliance, a partnership to make progress in our shared commitment to deploy cleaner, greener fuels around the world that help meet our decarbonization goals.  Leaders from Bangladesh and Singapore also attended as observer countries to the alliance.

The Alliance is focused on securing the supply of biofuels, ensuring these biofuels remain affordable and are produced sustainably.  Founding members of the Alliance will continue outreach to other countries committed to these shared values with the goal of adding more countries to this effort.


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