Early-stage climate businesses in Low- and Middle-Income Countries (LMICs) struggle to attract climate finance in the form of private investments due to perceived high risks and an unfavorable environment, resulting in costly private capital and limited flow. Policy and regulatory barriers deter investors, causing misalignment in priorities.

This session will highlight successful strategies that have improved in-country enabling systems and mitigated investment risks to attract private sector investment for climate entrepreneurs. It will bring together a panel of high-level P4G country partner representatives from governments and the private sector, together with partnerships, to discuss the challenges and opportunities for private sector investment in climate businesses in their respective countries.

P4G will highlight its role in helping promote enabling systems for climate entrepreneurship including through P4G Summits as global convenings to facilitate knowledge exchange.



  • Robyn McGuckin, Executive Director, P4G

  • Ani Dasgupta, President and CEO, World Resources Institute

  • Dr. Vivi Yulaswati, Deputy Minister of Maritime Affairs and Natural Resources, Ministry of National Development Planning (BAPPENAS), Republic of Indonesia

  • Jaswinder Bedi, Chairperson, Kenya Private Sector Alliance

  • Ana Hajduka, CEO, Africa GreenCo

  • Alif Sakti, Co-founder, Siklus