In recent years, the United Nations - Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s) have risen to the top of the development agenda, with an emphasis on a partnership approach between the financed and financier. Given the scale of the financial resources required to support the SDG’s, coupled with the strain on government budgets, the mobilization of financing through innovative instruments becomes imperative. Islamic finance, through the Maqasid al Sharia – Islamic moral economy values being the foundation for Islamic finance, where participatory modes of finance take centre stage. Hence, the potential of the use of Islamic finance to support “Green” investments to finance the SDG’s this has been receiving increased attention. With recent issues of “Green” Sukuk to finance climate friendly projects, water and sanitation projects, clean energy projects. This is enhanced by the rise of the class of Ethical Social Governance (ESG) friendly investor and investment manager, who will mobilise the funds for investing in green sustainable projects. This is enhanced by the rise of the class of Ethical Social Governance (ESG) friendly investor and investment manager, who will mobilize the funds for investing in green sustainable projects. It is in this melting pot of ESG, Islamic moral value-based financial products, and impact investing, where innovative participatory finance will fusion to enable funding for green sustainable projects to actualize the SDG’s, that this book is about.