High Profile Events Feature P4G Partnerships at the World Economic Forum


At the World Economic Forum in Davos this month, a number of P4G Partnerships will have opportunities to discuss their projects with business and government leaders.  

On January 22, SAP and the Islamic Development Bank have invited P4G to present at a luncheon on “The Agenda for Partnerships to Achieve the SDGs: From smart cities to driving success in electric mobility and clean energy access.” P4G Global Director Ian de Cruz will provide an overview of P4G while the CEO of Africa GreenCo Ana Hajduka will share their plans to bring renewable energy to Zambia and other countries in Sub-Saharan Africa. P4G will also share details of the Zero Emission Bus Rapid-deployment Accelerator in Latin America. Project Everyone, a group of communications and campaign experts working to promote the Global Goals, is also supporting the event.

On January 23, P4G will be highlighted at the breakfast launch of the Citizens Agenda for Clean Air and all the Global Goals. Koen The, CEO of Lendahand, a social impact investing organization, will speak on behalf P4G’s Energise Africa partnership. They will be joining a small group of high-profile speakers committed to empowering and supporting a global citizens’ movement to act upon clean air and other human rights.

P4G’s Indonesia Food Loss and Waste Action Partnership will be featured at another Davos event, about which more information will soon be provided.

About P4G

P4G – Partnering for Green Growth and the Global Goals 2030 – is a new initiative with the ambition of becoming the world’s leading forum for developing concrete public-private partnerships at scale to deliver on the SDGs and the Paris Climate Agreement. The government of Denmark provides funding for P4G. Besides the partner countries, non-profit organizations such as the Global Green Growth Institute, C40 Cities, World Economic Forum, and the World Resources Institute (which hosts the P4G Global Hub) are also P4G partners.



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