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08 Jul 2017

Climate and Energy on top of G20-related social media postings

Press and Information Office of the German Government

Climate and Energy have been the most debated G20 topics discussed on social media on the first day of this year’s summit in Hamburg according to data provided by the Press and Information Office of the German Government. The office counted 16,881 posts linked to the G20 that concerned “climate and energy”, followed by “international trade” with 9,419 posts on 7 July. Other official topics debated were terrorism, the Africa partnership and financial markets. The government’s press office looked at posts made on Twitter, news websites, Instagram, facebook, YouTube and others, wither Twitter by far outweighing other platforms in terms of G20-related posting.

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