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The A$52 billion industry superfund has set a target to achieve net zero emissions in its portfolio by 2050, as part of a broader Climate Change Transition Plan.
Windmill, Australian outback
MIRA’s head of agriculture talks to Agri Investor about sustainable farming in the wake of covid-19, and provides an update on fund deployment and plans for a fourth fund.
Corn on the cob with EU flag
Plans to reduce use of harmful pesticide and fertilizer products, converting 25% of farmland to organic and incentivizing carbon sequestration is what the industry needs.
Wagyu beef, cattle
Tasmanian Agriculture Company has become the first farm in the state to register a soil carbon project under Australia’s Emissions Reduction Fund – its owners believe it will help make the business attractive to private equity investors.
The launch of a new impact investment fund in Western Australia signals that impact investing in ag is continuing to find its feet and grow more popular among LPs.
WA Impact Fund, which represents WA Super’s first foray into both agriculture and impact investing, will have regenerative agriculture as one of its four investment strategies.
The LDN Fund is part of a growing movement to restore land worldwide. Here Simone Quatrini, founder and co-ordinator of the fund, discusses its history and targets.
The United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification is leading the $2bn-a-year initiative and is calling for expressions of interest from asset managers to help manage the fund.
Regenerative agriculture-focused fund manager Farmland LP has acquired a property in Willamette Valley, Oregon, from family-owned Olsen Agricultural Enterprise.
Impact investment firm Aurora Impact and the Savory Institute are launching the Future Ready Now project in June to attract investment into a grasslands restoration fund. Pension funds and sustainable clothing companies are among the attendees.
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