Commentary

Amazon river in Brazil
Mombak’s Amazon Reforestation Fund has sold 30% of its 10-year projected output at a price point bettered only by the EU’s emissions trading scheme.
Biodiversity, flower, bees
Limited awareness of what is meant by natural capital and a fluid carbon credits regulatory landscape are among the difficulties in steering money towards the fledgling strategy, says Olly Hughes of Gresham House.
Carbon farming
The research body has found that farms with 'high natural capital' are more profitable in financial terms than those with more intensive farming operations.
Policies such as the USDA’s Partnerships for Climate Smart Commodities are putting regenerative ag higher on LP priority lists.
water droplet above surface
The Australian government’s proposed intervention in Murray-Darling Basin water markets should be good news for investors in terms of values – but it may come with additional scrutiny should weather conditions get drier.
Insects represent a sustainable livestock feed alternative but British regulation is stuck with the same barriers erected in response to ‘mad cow’ disease in 2001, say Rachel O’Connor and Peter Smithers.
The emergence of frontrunner Javier Milei is a microcosm of the country’s longstanding desire to break free of its shackles as well as the all too familiar upheavals that have been its undoing.
Our first fundraising report for agrifood and forestry vehicles paints a bleak picture but the outlook for H2 and beyond shows signs of promise.
The UK’s Sustainable Disclosure Regime addresses a significant omission in the EU's SFDR: funds decarbonizing and transitioning assets to become more sustainable. What a shame, then, that the SDR has been delayed yet again.
Land-based aquaculture investments, debt-for-nature swaps and DFI-backed investments are on an upward trajectory but the scale of capital needed remains daunting.
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