As the Danish national plaform for the global initiative, P4G, Partnering for Green Growth and the Global Goals 2030, State of Green provides you with an update on P4G activities relevant for Danish stakeholders.
In March 2018, the global partnership initiative P4G, Partnering for Green Growth and the Global Goals 2030, announced a new fund offering co-financing for public-private partnerships that address concrete challenges within areas such as energy, water and food. The call for funding applications generated an overwhelming response and interest, with over 400 applications received when the submission window closed on 30 March. The applications are currently being assessed and applicants can look forward to receiving individual feedback at the end of May. Included in the feedback will be information on whether funding has been granted, analytical and/or match-making support.
State of Green’s activities, in its role as the Danish platform hub for the initiative, are intended to provide the Danish business community access to relevant partners and governments within emerging markets who share Denmark’s ambitious intention to meet the SDGs. In order to streamline communication and heighten the visibility of the global initiative to Danish stakeholders, a new P4G Danish platform website has been launched, http://p4gpartnerships.dk/ Here you will find all information regarding P4G activities, including calls for applications, P4G-related events and all relevant news on the global initiative. We encourage Danish stakeholders to visit the website regularly to stay updated on next steps for current applicants and the next round of funding.
P4G, Partnering for Green Growth and the Global Goals 2030, is a global initiative that seeks to accelerate the implementation of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 2030 via market driven green solutions. Launched in September 2017, the initiative consists of Chile, Denmark, Ethiopia, Kenya, South Korea, Mexico and Vietnam. In addition to the partnering countries, the initiative is supported by organisations such as the World Resources Institute, , the World Economic Forum, C40 Cities, Global Green Growth Institute and State of Green.