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Canola field with wind turbines in background
As one of the few companies basing its business model on initiatives designed to re-imagine ag as a solution to climate change, the fortunes of Indigo Agriculture could prove to be a timely acid test.
Raging bush fire
The unprecedented bushfire season is playing out in a way that climate scientists predicted years ago, demonstrating again how agriculture assets, especially those in a country like Australia, are vulnerable to climate risk.
From the blue economy and climate change through to water management and zero deforestation, our A-Z of Responsible Investing takes a look at the most pressing themes, as suggested by the industry.
The hemp market will have to rely on venture capital to scale up in the short term says Victory Hemp Foods founder Chad Rosen, but it could be part of US institutional farmland crop rotation by 2023.
Investors are leading the way in eliminating deforestation from their supply chains.
Women often do the bulk of farming work in developing countries, but do not share in the benefits.
New techniques and technologies are enabling farms to conserve increasingly scarce water resources.
Sustainable practices led to resilient crops and businesses for two Australian farm operators, writes Westchester’s Martin Davies.
Justin Biff Ourso, Nuveen
From farmland to agribusiness, an evolving and growing population is creating a wealth of opportunities for this burgeoning asset class, says Nuveen’s head of real assets, Justin ‘Biff’ Ourso.
What themes and issues are top of mind for managers, investors and advisors when they think about responsible investing in an agri investing context?
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