On December 6-8, 2017, the India-U.S. Track II Dialogue on Climate Change and Energy held its seventh meeting in New Delhi, India. Convened by the Ananta Aspen Centre, India, and the Aspen Institute, U.S., this dialogue, since its inception in 2010, has brought together a diverse array of thought leaders from India and the United States – including former senior government officials, industry leaders, and heads of civil society organizations – to inform and encourage India-U.S. partnership at a strategic level and on climate and energy issues. This meeting of the dialogue focused on the clean energy transitions occurring in both countries at the national and sub-national level. This is the first time the group convened since the 2016 Presidential Election in the U.S. In this joint statement, we propose the following high-level actions on topics we discussed: The theme for this year’s dialogue was “Crafting New Korea–India Strategic Partnership amid COVID-19 Pandemic: Co-Navigation and Emerging Opportunities.” The dialogue was co-chaired by Dr. Naushad Forbes, Chairman, Forbes Marshall & Chairman, Ananta Aspen Centre, and Professor Choong Yong Ahn, Distinguished Professor, Chung-Ang University.