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P4G Partnering for Green Growth

20.03.2018  09:29

A new global initiative P4G, Partnering for Green Growth, is now accepting applications from public-private partnerships with innovative approaches on sustainable growth within the areas of energy, water, food and agriculture, cities, and the circular economy. The P4G Partnership Fund is financed by the Danish government and has a total of $4 million available in 2018. To qualify, applicants must consist of both commercial and non-commercial partners (such as governments, municipalities and non-profit organizations).


P4G will provide co-funding up to $1 million for selected partnerships. If you know of partnerships that would be interested in learning more about funding, facilitation and recognition opportunities, please feel free to share the link to P4G’s news release. They are accepting applicants until March 30, 2018.

P4G is bringing together a global network of leaders from governments, civil society, and the private sector with the goal of identifying and supporting public-private partnerships that can have the greatest impact in advancing sustainable development. Currently, P4G is led by the governments of Chile, Denmark, Ethiopia, Kenya, Korea, Mexico, and Vietnam as well as non-profit organizations such as the Global Green Growth Institute, C40 Cities, and the World Resources Institute, and global private sector organizations.

Read more about applying here.