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Aerial view water treatment tank with waste water
The firm has held a $100m first close on a strategy that promises to mobilize $5.6 for every dollar spent.
vineyards with red wine grapes
China’s devastating wine tariffs, changing consumer preferences and an oversupply of grapes is forcing recapitalization and compensation plans.
The biological inputs pioneer has been sold for parts after failing to raise further capital, but it was still considered an important strategic acquirer as recently as September 2021.
The traditional agrifood and forestry fund managers and investors rose to the top in 2023 after climate buyers muscled their way in the previous year.
As climate disclosure and reporting regulations from the EU, the SEC and the state of California come into force, three regulatory experts discuss the quandaries for investors that need to comply.
Wetlands
A group of investors debated the merits of considering nature-based solutions as part of an infrastructure portfolio, arguing that stable long-term offtake backed by real assets could make it a close fit.
Almond nut trees in orchard, permanent crop
Munich RE Group asset manager MEAG has built up a €500m farmland portfolio for the insurer through a disciplined upstream approach.
Tractor mowing green field
As the asset class has grown and evolved, the number of closed-end buy-and-lease strategies has dramatically declined – why?
The ABARES annual conference was abuzz with talk of better trade relations and water markets trading, but don’t mention EU-style farm subsidies to Australian policy makers.
EU flags in front of European Commission building in Brussels
With more than 25% of total capital invested in European tech companies going to the carbon and energy sector, sustainability-focused start-ups have attracted tech workers from other parts of the world.
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