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GreenCollar CEO James Schultz speaks of the need to safeguard integrity: 'One carbon credit worth $100 is a hell of a lot better than 10 credits worth nothing.'
One of the world’s largest forestry asset managers is now a Japanese company, a sign of timber’s growing attractiveness to LPs from the region.
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Despite all the buzz around the benefits of regenerative farming practices, there have been few private market vehicles dedicated to supporting the transition. That could be about to change.
Farmland values are higher than ever and some investors think there is still further room for growth thanks to the role additional revenue from carbon sequestration will have to play.
Agri awards trophy
PSP Investments dominated the first Agri Investor awards, underlining the Canadian pension’s status as a heavyweight in the global food and natural capital world.
Agribusiness placed ahead of infrastructure and real estate in its attractiveness to investors in a recent survey, a show of confidence in the sector’s prospects in Australia.
US farm, farmland
US farmers closed out 2021 in a healthy debt position but more borrowing, drought conditions and higher interest rates could put pressure on income this year.
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The WEF found that while most farmers surveyed want to make on-farm sustainability changes, they are held back by lack of access to reliable information.
The market for Australian Carbon Credit Units has been thriving, but recent developments have thrust it into the spotlight – which may not be a bad thing.
Farmland, tractor, row crops
Chief operating officer David Chan believes FarmTogether’s Sustainable Farmland Fund can raise and deploy $200m within 12-18 months.
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