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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.
With the year drawing to a close, Agri Investor looks back on some of our most popular stories.
With NSW threatening to tear up longstanding water-sharing agreements, institutional investors are questioning whether the headline risk that comes with water investment is worth the consistently strong returns.
Superfunds from Australia and New Zealand have both recently told Agri Investor about the difficulties of investing in ag. What does this tell us about what they need before deploying more capital in the sector?
Despite the inherent risks global investors face when trying to tap into Asia’s agri-food sector, it’s unlikely they’ll be able to avoid the continent during the next decade.
The 2019 Agri Investor Forum in Chicago was marked by a clear sense of momentum even if an overall direction for the market seemed harder to discern.
A slew of deals in Chile highlight the opportunity in the region to trade with Asia, just as that same trade is imperilled by the cancellation of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation forum.
The launch of a new impact investment fund in Western Australia signals that impact investing in ag is continuing to find its feet and grow more popular among LPs.
Understanding partnerships such as the one between Goldcrest Farm Trust and the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan is an increasingly important element in assessing US and global agriculture markets.
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