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Sustainable agriculture can promote healthier and more diverse farmland ecosystems alongside enhanced efficiency and profitability, write Manulife Investment Management’s Brent McGowan, Holly Evers and Oliver Williams.
More than simply a way of reducing risk, prioritizing sustainability can be a vehicle for value creation, say Roc Partners’ Michael Lukin, Brad Mytton, Frank Barillaro and Sam Bayes.
Evolving consumer demand is prompting food companies to seek sustainable solutions to their supply chain needs, says Mike LeSage, managing director at Proterra Investment Partners.
Farmland, tractor, row crops
The main challenge in farmland investing is finding experienced managers to oversee assets, says Becs Willson, managing director at Proterra Investment Partners.
A focus on natural capital presents an opportunity to reduce agriculture’s climate impact, says Heechung Sung of Australia’s Clean Energy Finance Corporation.
Incorporating ESG into investment decisions creates value while accelerating change, says PSP Investments’ Marc Drouin.
Innovation is crucial for sustainable agricultural production and investment, say Morty White and Steve Simpson from Instar Asset Management.
Today, it is more important than ever to build resilience into agricultural investment strategies, say Brad Mytton, Frank Barillaro and Anthony Abraham of Roc Partners.
A keyhole in the concrete wall. New York City view in the hole.
How can investors drive substantial returns while prioritizing impact? Instar’s Daniel Perruzza discusses the opportunity of agricultural infrastructure with industry experts Clay Taylor and Randy Fournier
Flower of sandlewood tree, Santalum paniculatum, Satara, Maharashtra, India
Agricultural investments should be end-to-end and long term, taking into account asset purchase, management, value optimization and divestment, say Erik Kankainen, Ian Jolly and Mike Claridge of The Rohatyn Group

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