Through engagement in P4G partnerships, Danish actors can showcase their green solutions and and their potential to improve the lives of current and future generations. Since Denmark took the initative to establish P4G in 2018, Danish partners have participated in partnerships that improve the livelihoods of coffee farmers in Ethiopia, provide a green fuel to cement production in Vietnam and create efficient industrial cooling systems in Indonesia, just to name a few.
Explore how Danish partners are participating in and supporting P4G partnerships that aim to spur on impactful sustainable change around the globe below.
Prosperous Forests improves the livelihoods of coffee farmers through greater transparency and by shortening the coffee value chain, while simultaneously protecting forests. Danish coffee company Slow has partnered with the WWF to do just that.
With HOTDISC technology provided by the Danish engineering company FLSMIDTH, the Greening Cement partnership aims to use municipal and industrial waste as an alternative fuel for cement production in Vietnam.
The Getting to Zero Coalition is a multi-stakeholder, multi-country effort to accelerate the shift to zero emissions shipping by getting commercially viable deep sea zero emission vessels powered by zero emission fuels into operation by 2030.
Supported by Danfoss, One Stop Service for Energy Efficiency will merge energy-saving technology, energy services providers and finance providers into a single model to create a more efficient industrial cooling system in Indonesia.
Sustainable Food Partnership (SFP) aims to produce nutritious, affordable biscuits with locally sourced ingredients to address food insecurity and nutrition in Ethiopia. Danish partners include Arla Foods, Novozymes and DanChurchAid.
The uMngeni Ecological Infrastructure Partnership (UEIP) focuses on forming a commercially viable organization to manage investments and implement projects to reduce flooding, improve water security and support economy growth in KwaZulu-Natal province, South Africa.
The Circular Fashion Partnership aims to reduce dependency on virgin materials and increase the availability of recycled materials by establishing a long-term, scalable transition to a circular fashion system in garment manufacturing countries.
Building Efficiency Accelerator (BEA) aims to accelerate local and regional government implementation of building energy efficiency policies and programs by providing the tools required to design and implement building efficiency measures.
Helmed by Grundfos and The Danish Refugee Council, the partnership aimed to develop a multi-year business model for solar-powered water kiosks for refugee settlements and surrounding hosting communities in Uganda.
A partnership to predict and manage flood events in the Mekong Delta using real time data apps. The partnership aimed to develop cost-efficient and innovative solutions to protect assets and livelihoods in the region.