The global onset of COVID-19 has drastically affected all of us — through the fabric of our daily lives, and also through its reverberations in economic systems on local and global scales. Green, innovative, agile and scalable solutions are being
Editor's Note: This article is by Leila Yim Surratt the Director of Strategy and Engagement at P4G. P4G is a global initiative that accelerates pioneering market-based partnerships to unlock investment opportunities that can advance progress on the Sustainable Development Goals. Progress
It’s an oft-cited fact that more than 600 million people in Africa are without electricity. Lesser known, perhaps, is that the African continent has more than enough renewable energy resources to meet people’s needs via wind, solar, geothermal, and more.
Partnership-Driven Business Models for Sustainably Driven COVID-19 Recovery in Decade of Action and Delivery
The P4G (Partnering for Green Growth and the Global Goals 2030) initiative brings together businesses, governments and civil society to create a scalable delivery model to support sustainable and inclusive economic growth through a network of 12 partner countries and