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A carbon credit with inherently questionable value is no good for the climate or the sector but it is also no good to throw the baby out with the bathwater.
Riparian Capital Partners aims to incentivize more sustainable farming practices in the irrigated farming sector through its green water leases, provided via the Riparian Water Fund.
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The firm’s C$30m pilot vehicle invested exclusively in projects that could generate carbon credits and has been able to deliver IRRs in the high teens.
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Tengelmann Growth Partners led the round, with participation from existing investor Emil Capital Partners.
Empowering female decision makers in ag is an important step toward building a more prosperous food system, says Women in Agriculture initiative director Leonor Gutierrez.
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The Chubb Review into the framework surrounding ACCUs has produced 16 recommendations that will help to increase certainty in Australia’s carbon market.
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A government-commissioned review into Australia’s carbon crediting framework has backed the scheme as ‘well-designed’ but calls for improvements to transparency and governance.
The vehicle has secured €35m in cornerstone investments and will build out a 12,000ha portfolio of greenfield and brownfield assets.
The myriad challenges facing the world presents private markets with a lot of unanswered questions – the hunt to find their solutions promises to be a fascinating journey.
Impact-focused investors increasingly see the potential for positive environmental and social outcomes through agri investments
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