Sanjoy Sanyal

Through partnerships between organizations both large and small and commercial and non-commercial

P4G Partnering for Green Growth and Global Goals 2030 has been supporting pioneering partnerships in the areas of clean energy, water and sanitation, sustainable agriculture, sustainable cities and circular economy.

In this second episode (you can see the first episodes here), Robyn McGuckin recounts some of the successful partnerships:

1. Creating a credit worthy market intermediary in Zambia for promoting renewable energy.

2. Deploying digital solutions for reducing water wastage in Asia

3. Reducing plastic waste in the poorer communities of cities

4. Sourcing sustainable products from small holder farmers.

5. Developing sustainable industrial clusters

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By having a flexible approach and taking stock regularly

Developed nations can use their climate finance commitments to help emerging nations develop vibrant and innovative approaches to address climate challenges. In this podcast, Robyn McGuckin Director of Partnerships at P4G makes the following points:

1. Public funds should support partnerships that bring innovative approaches to pressing problems.

2. Grant support to projects should be accompanied by capacity building to attract private capital.

3. To support innovation, funders need to be agile, ready to adapt and know that not every project will be a success.

P4G with assistance from the governments of Denmark, Netherlands and South Korea have supported 66 partnerships to deliver inclusive and sustainable growth in nine countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America.

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Robyn McGuckin



The recipes were tested in an empty kitchen in the Central Business District of Singapore.

As the foodie haven Singapore locked down in the early days of the pandemic, the team of Tindle took an empty kitchen up and turn out recipes which they tested with top chefs.

The recipes were developed in 2020, the product was launched in 2021 and in 2022 the company is launching its products in US, UK and Germany.

The trick to this quick global expansion have common easily available ingredients with recipe ingredients ensuring quick international acceptance.

Hear this from a global citizen who calls Singapore home.

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Andre Menezes



Sanjoy Sanyal

Sanjoy Sanyal

Climate finance and climatech innovation expert. Visiting Fellow at the Cambridge Judge Business School. I publish once a fortnight.