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Efforts to integrate climate change into the Biden administration’s infrastructure spending could influence opportunities available for investors in burgeoning carbon, water and mitigation markets.
Seaweed farm, California
A funding round for Sea Forests, backed by MIRA, demonstrates that investors are keen to find ESG-positive investments in agriculture even if they carry risk.
From tight soybean supplies in 2021-22 to the impact of the Suez Canal blockage, lead analyst Libin Zhou outlines the key market trends.
Ceres Partners founder and CEO Perry Vieth sets out the reasons for US row crop farmland’s resurgence and why investors should be optimistic about its future.
ABARES research has found that export exposure was ‘better for market resilience’ than turning inwards and shoring up local supply chains.
Several of the most talked-about topics feature in the five most popular stories from the first quarter of 2021.
Plant-based burger
Every 10th portion of protein consumed on Earth could be alternative by 2035, says Boston Consulting Group. Strategically placed investors may be in sight of very handsome returns.
Founder Josh Tetrick says becoming a public company ‘makes sense’ for Eat Just as it seeks to change global food value chains and attracts sovereign wealth funds.
Innovative approaches to ag have secured backing from state-linked investors in a region where food security is high on the political agenda, as is local power politics.
Director of sovereign wealth research Javier Capape Aguilar says agriculture will be among key sectors in the near term for state-backed investors.
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