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Soybean seedlings in farm
As ag’s nascent carbon credit markets find their feet and the true quality of their respective offerings become clearer, a divergence in price points that impacts farmland values could emerge.
The start-up sold its first ag-derived carbon credits through Nori in October 2020 and has now partnered with a retailer that has sold over $500m worth of carbon offsets since 2001.
Greenhouse, vertical farming indoor ag, agtech
Agtech investment data from Pitchbook shows agrifinance and e-commerce firms could double the $587m raised in 2019 to eclipse the $1bn mark for the first time.
Bioenergy, biogas facility
The Prime Alternative Finance fund has a pipeline of projects worth roughly £500m and the firm is close to launching a Sharia-compliant version follow-on.
Cattle grazing on farmland
The Nuveen subsidiary is looking at ways water quality and biodiversity offset markets could be developed, as it also sizes up carbon offsets.
Brexit, eggs, food, agriculture
The UK and the EU are now trading under the terms of the Brexit trade deal agreed in late December. The lack of widespread friction to date is an encouraging early sign.
Soft drink, cans, soda
The Canadian pension was involved in agriculture investments with a companied value of $475m in Q4 2020 as it ramped up its exposure to the space.
Joint ventures, new funds and private placements all focused on securing exposure to new and existing aquaculture businesses points to a long-term interest in the industry.
Farmland, tractor, row crops
The asset class has stood up well this year in the face of unprecedented societal and economic challenges. GPs are understandably expecting to follow it up with another good one.
The 13-year-old vehicle is one of the oldest in the market and has delivered ‘just under 10% annualized returns net of fees,’ says CIO Brandon Zick.
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