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Innovations for Scaling Green Sectors A new report from infoDev Climate: InfoDev and Intellecap

Green sectors, such as renewable energy and sustainable agriculture, are the key to realizing sustainable growth. The economic potential is significant: Investment in green sectors in developing countries is expected to reach $6.4 trillion over the coming decade, with $1.6 trillion of that investment accessible to small and medium-sized enterprises. But what does it take to promote the growth of these sectors? 

Published: 
September, 2017

On the Path to Sustainability and Scale: A Study of India's Social Enterprise Landscape

In India, social enterprises have become a national phenomenon in less than a decade, with a growing ecosystem of supporting players. Yet, despite this impressive growth, little is known about these social enterprises collectively: their geographic and sector distribution, business structure, stage of development, financial viability and funding sources.

Published: 
April, 2012

Flows: Filling up the Base of the Pyramid - Business and Finance Solutions to Scale up Water Access for India’s poor

How can microfinance enhance access to water and sanitation for the poor? This paper identifies opportunities to address demand for water and sanitation (watsan) at the Bottom of the Pyramid (BOP) through effective business models. Over 1 billion people lack access to safe drinking water and basic sanitation facilities worldwide. One of the U. N.’s Millennium Development Goals (MDG) is to reduce this number to half by 2015. About 100 million people need to gain access to watsan per year to meet the MDG target.
Published: 
December, 2009

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