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Farmer protests
Following protests over ag-related environmental policies in Australia, Spain, France and the Netherlands in recent years, German farmers came onto the streets this month in a reminder of how quickly political decisions can raise the ire of farmers.
Radiata pine logs
The pension is the latest to warm to forestry, after the ACCESS Pool signaled its intent to deploy £300m into the asset class earlier this month.
Farm machines harvesting corn for feed or ethanol. The entire corn plant is used, no waste.
A Southeast Asian sovereign wealth fund has come onboard for ABC Impact Fund II, as ABC Impact Fund I nears full deployment.
Forestry
TPG’s Rise Fund III and Goldman Sachs Asset Management’s Climate Solutions Fund are two of the many climate vehicles closed in 2023 that have an allocation to food and natural assets.
The need to reduce emissions from food production presents challenges – but also opportunities. Tenacious Ventures’ Matthew Pryor and Sarah Nolet explain.
Top 10 ribbon
We look back at the headlines that made the biggest splash and drew the most number of readers last year.
Water entitlement prices fell from all-time highs in February 2023 to near-A$0 in June, before recovering some ground, writes Aither's Ben Williams.
2023 was another year in which the voluntary carbon market’s failings were heavily criticized but there were also positive notable milestones such as a $50 credit and the VCMI’s global rulebook.
Aleph Farms beef
USDA approval for Upside Foods and Good Meat was a significant milestone for an industry that has a long way to go before it appears on a supermarket shelf near you.
The nascent debt restructuring facility has been lauded as a silver bullet for conservation finance in some quarters, but needs to continue its growth if it is to have a material global impact.
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