Over one billion people cannot prove who they are. They struggle to access basic services, finance, formal employment or owning a registered business. Digital identification systems are a development priority but must give users control over how their identity is used. This programme advances such "decentralized" applications.
There is no universal standard for environmental, social and governance (ESG) reporting, which is slowing progress for sustainable investing. This initiative seeks a more effective system, improving transparency, corporate performance and the use of ESG in investments.
Co-Impact connects philanthropists and social change leaders from around the world who share a vision of driving health, education, and economic opportunity initiatives that deliver enduring results for millions of people.
Over a billion people live without an officially recognized identity, causing massive and needless friction in their lives. ID2020 seeks to channel resources and public-private cooperation on high impact pilot projects.
To achieve the SDGs, USD $1 trillion a year investment is needed fo clean in developing countries until 2030. This initiative is targeting pilot countries to develop a model for scaling up investment in sustainable infrastructure.
Agricultural production needs to grow by 60% by 2050 to meet rising food demand. Innovative solutions are needed for food security, poverty alleviation and rural development. This group aims to do this through evidence on the impacts of agricultural investment and advice on how to improve agricultural productivity, profitability and sustainability.
Farming communities one of the pooerest parts of Kenya are fighting back against drought using solar power and precision irrigation. These technologies have enabled a trebling of yields for crops like tomatoes and onions, while using 80% less water and incurring 75% lower running costs than traditional irrigation.
This CEO-led initiative aims to lead this sector's response to climate change by encouraging tinvestment in economically-viable technologies that have the potential to reduce greenhouse gas emissions .
This commission will examine how to turn the potential risks of technological change into opportunities for inclusive development with a focus on the poorest.
Identity is foundational for economic and social opportunity yet over one billion people are unable to prove who they are. This platform advances shared practice of fit-for-purpose and secure identities that respects privacy and personal freedoms.
Companies play a critical role in reducing tropical forest loss - crucial for biodiversity and reducing climate change. This programme helps companies participate in strengthening the rights and prospects of local communities and thereby reducing carbon emissions.
The cobalt supply chain has given rise human rights abuses in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. This initiative works towardsan inclusive, sustainable and responsible cobalt supply chain, promoting standards, risk management, due diligence, and an end to the root causes of abuse.
The Sustainable Development Goals require a broad collaboration of actors and resources. This platform aims to mobilize greater resources and create greater awareness among philanthropic organizations on SDG opportunities and needs.
The financing gap to achieve the SDGs in developing countries is about US$2.5 trillion a year. This partnership of 41 members institutions, hosted by the World Economic Forum and Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, builds coalitions of public and private actors to solve financing challenges for sustainable and climate resilient projects in developing countries.
The move to renewables and electric transport is fueling a booming market for batteries - which comes at a cost. This alliance aims to ensure that the production and value chains of batteries are sustainable and innovative.
The programme supports 64 developing countries in reducing emissions from deforestation while reorient the development of national economies toward deforestation-free growth.
A global, CEO-led organization of over 200 leading businesses and partners working together to accelerate the transition to a sustainable world.
This campaing aims to ensure that everyone on the planet knows what the Global Goals are, so that they stand the greatest chance of being achieved.
This alliance supports land use policies and practices that mitigate climate change, benefit people, and protect the environment.
This network operates under the auspices of the UN Secretary-General to mobilize scientific and technological expertise to promote practical solutions for sustainable development, including the implementation of the SDGs and Paris Climate Agreement.