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After the bank signed an MOU to advise on Ukraine’s reconstruction, alternatives chief Anton Pil tells us the country wants to become an attractive destination for private capital.
Criterion Africa Partners managing director George McPherson says investors are mispricing the risks associated with Africa's potential for agricultural development.
Head of sustainable food private equity Rik Vyverman says recent years have seen LPs develop a greater understanding of the role they can play in meeting large societal challenges like climate change.
Ambitious plans to revamp forestry’s role in global climate change mitigation face significant environmental, social and governance challenges in Brazil.
The firm’s natural capital vehicle has invested in a 400ha regenerative almond project in Spain, while its carbon strategy has backed the two million ha Restore Africa initiative.
Bram Reijnen, regional head of food, agribusiness and water at the Dutch development bank, says the facility is designed to help the Moldovan agribusiness continue its 'important contribution to global food security.'
New Forests has made its first foray into Africa with the acquisition of Green Resources through its African Forestry Investment Platform.
For better or worse, Oaktree’s entry into Moldovan agribusiness Trans-Oil has brought the firm into the ideological battle underlying Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Ukraine’s removal from global markets has driven food and ag to the top of public agendas, raising questions on which foreign investors are welcome and where.
The French energy giant plans to develop carbon credits from reforestation, agroforestry and conservation as part of a national ‘Green Gabon’ initiative as it tries to offset its own emissions.