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In a ‘pioneering first’, Impact Ag Partners this month sold A$500,000 of carbon credits to Microsoft through a voluntary market established by Regen Network.
Partner Marc Stoneham says Ivory Coast will be the first focus of a growth effort that will initially target regional expansion before pushing into the rest of the continent.
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Direction of travel signaled by the bloc over the past few years is creating a fundraising environment beneficial to start-ups and is now backed by a sustainability conscious subsidy package.
Sustainability manager Nick Reinke says ag carbon credits are ‘a long way away from a free-flowing market’ and prices are ‘a bit arbitrary at this point.’
Map showing Australia fire risk index
Australia’s largest general insurer takes a stake of an unknown size in CSIRO-backed DAS, in a deal worth ‘millions of dollars’.
CEO Michael Gilbert said the agtech firm's profit-making status puts it in a position to acquire companies that will 'close the loop on risk mitigation and decision-making.'
Global agribusiness lead Rob Dongoski says the addition of Mark Holland, Nathan Ramsey and Asha Lundal from The Context Network reflects growing interest in the sector.
Report from the University of Sydney’s United States Studies Centre proposes a cluster that would enable Australia to increase its exports of fresh fruit and vegetables, and other commodities.
Latin America deal activity is 'remarkably healthy,' authors of a Finistere Ventures report tell Agri Investor.
Describing the firm’s recent Agtech Investment Review, Finistere Ventures' Arama Kukutai tells Agri Investor he expects private equity investors to acquire leading start-ups and pursue roll-ups as the market continues to develop.
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