Each group has identified levers for action, leaders, partners and an agenda. With their shared road map, they set out to formulate ambitious objectives for the private and public sectors, draft specific recommendations to achieve them and create coalitions to develop them on a large scale.  

It is divided into two sub-groups: 

1st sub-group: Reinforcing the carbon-neutrality coalition
•    Actions:  
-    Developing proposals to accelerate the deployment of fuel-efficient vehicles
-    Coming up with greener new urban transport
-    Attracting new partners who are deemed to be the largest carbon emitters. 

•    Leaders:
- Laurence Tubiana (European Climate Foundation)
- Bertrand Piccard (Solar Impulse Foundation)

• Partner: 2050 Partways (platform supporting countries developing short-term decarbonisation strategies).

• One Planet Summit commitments pursued: 
- 5 - Zero greenhouse gas emissions target
- 7 - Zero pollution transport 

2nd sub-group: Reducing hydrofluorocarbon emissions (greenhouse gas)
•    Actions: forming a coalition which is committed to adopting new technical standards for cooling systems on household appliances, refrigeration equipment and more.

•    Leaders : 
- Durwood Zaelke (Institute for Governance & Sustainable Development)
- Ajay Mathur (The Energy and Resources Institute

•    Partners : Climate and Clean Air Coalition, China, India

•    One Planet Summit commitment pursued: 6 - Sectoral shifts towards a decarbonised economy

It is divided into two sub-groups: 

1st sub-group: Fighting against plastic pollution
•    Actions : 
- Promoting new technical standards when manufacturing plastic.  
- Doubling the number of signatories for the commitments of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, which combats plastic waste.
- Strengthening the links between these commitments and the Ocean Plastics Charter established by the G7 summit. 

•    Leaders :
-    Ellen MacArthur (Ellen McArthur Foundation)
-    Afroz Shah (2016 Champion of the Earth)
-    Jérémy Oppenheim (Project Stop by SystemiQ)

•    Partners : World Economic Forum Global Plastics Action Partnership, World Business Council for Sustainable Development, Asia Plastics Coalition, Global Plastics Platform.

•    One Planet Summit commitment pursued2 - Protecting land and water resources against climate change

2nd sub-group: protecting marine ecosystems
•    Actions : 
- Making five key recommendations against overfishing (including ending state subsidies which directly or indirectly encourage overfishing)
- Making five key recommendations against ghost fishing (lost or abandoned fishing equipment)
- Proposing an alliance strategy in order to define new international standards for the composition of sun creams, which are destroying marine ecosystems.

•    Leaders :
-    Patricia Ricard (Paul Ricard Foundation)
-    Antha N. Williams (Bloomberg Philanthropies)

•    Partners : Green Cross International, Oceana, World Ocean Council, Global Ghost Gear Initiative, Surf Rider

•    One Planet Summit commitment pursued: 2 - Protecting land and water resources against climate change

It consists of two sub-groups:

1st sub-group: Implementing the New Deal for Nature and promoting nature-based solutions for combatting climate perturbations
•    Actions: 
- Specifying a percentage to invest in natural risks, specifically focusing on the development of natural preventive solutions; 
- Developing a specific insurance plan in order to encourage, both locally and on a large scale, the application of these natural solutions in the regions; 
- Providing an ambitious road map for protecting biodiversity, and for achieving the intended targets.

•    Leaders:
-    Pavan Sukhdev (WWF)
-    Luis Alberto Moreno (IDB)
-    Cristiana Pasca Palmer (CDB)

•    Partners: The nature Conservancy

•    One Planet Summit commitments pursued:
- 1- Responding to extreme events in island states
- 12- Mobilising institutional investors 

2nd sub-group - Promoting sustainable agriculture and food
•    Actgions: 
- Proposing a key percentage of farmland that can be converted for eco-friendly production processes; 
- Creating a coalition of actors which are committed to dedicating 50% of their activity to research and development in relation to biodiversity; 
- Proposing commitments to promote sustainable agriculture on a large scale.

•    Leaders:
-    Paul Polman (Unilever)
-    Emmanuel Faber (Danone)
-    Leontino Balbo (Sao Francisco and Santo Antonio Sugar Mills)
-    Jeremy Oppenheim (Food and Land Use Coalition)

•    Les partenaires : SystemiQ, Science-based Target

•    One Planet Summit commitment pursued2 - Protecting land and water resources against climate change

It consists of four sub-groups:

1st sub-group: adapting the financial system to new climate risks
•    Actions: 
- Encouraging members of the G7 and the G20 to approve the recommendations of the Central Banks and Supervisors Network for Greening the Financial System (NGFS).
- Encouraging the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Financial Stability Board (FSB) to implement them; 
- Proposing that the IMF becomes a member of the NGFS.

•    Leaders:
-    Sylvie Goulard (NGFS secretariat)
-    Joseph Stiglitz (Columbia University)
-    Patrick Bolton (Columbia University)

•    Partners: International Monetary Fund, Financial Stability Board.

•    One Planet Summit commitment pursued: 9 - Actions of central banks and businesses

2nd sub-group: mobilising development banks and international financial institutions 
•    Actions:
- Securing funding from national projects to raise capital through Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs) and international financial institutions.
- Obtaining a commitment from a number of Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs) and international financial institutions to implement the recommendations of the working group on green finance launched at COP24.

•    Leaders:
-    Masood Ahmed (CGDEV)
-    Rémy Rioux (AFD)
-    Bertrand Badré (Blue like an Orange Sustainable Capital)
-    Kristalina Georgieva (World Bank)

•    Partners: Multilateral Development Banks, International Development Finance Club (IDFC), Climate action in financial institutions.

•    One Planet Summit commitment in question: 10 - International mobilisation of development banks

3rd sub-group: Accelerating funding for sustainable infrastructures
•    Actions: 
- Creating a coalition of sovereign funds and/or institutional investors that are committed to investing several billions of assets in a portfolio of eco-friendly infrastructures that comply with the Paris Agreement. 
- Obtaining a commitment from a number of Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs) and/or sovereign funds to implement the recommendations of the Paris Agreement working groups in their infrastructure portfolio.

•    Leaders:
-    Nick Stern (Columbia University)
-    Christian Déséglise (HSBC)
-    Philippe Le Houérou (IFC)
-    Laurence Boone (OCDE)
-    Barbara Buchner (CPI)
-    Haizhou Huang (CICC)

•    One Planet Summit commitments pursued: 
- 10 - International mobilisation of development banks 
- 11 - Commitment by sovereign funds 
- 12- Mobilising institutional investors

4th sub-group: promoting the recommendations of the Task force on climate-related financial disclosures (TCFD).

•    Actions: 
- Creating a coalition of countries introducing the recommendations of the TCFD, an organisation monitoring transparency in financial risks related to climate, in their national legislation. 
- Identifying non-financial companies which are prepared to implement the recommendations of the TCFD.

•    Leaders:
-    Mary Schapiro (TCFD Secretariat)
-    Hiro Mizuno (GPIF)

•    Partners : Climate action 100+, ShareAction, AODP

•    One Planet Summit commitments pursued: 
- 10 - International mobilisation of development banks 
- 11 - Commitment by sovereign funds 
- 12- Mobilising institutional investors