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Gautier Quéru, managing director of natural capital at Mirova, outlines the way blended finance can provide solutions
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Reducing waste for post-harvest produce presents a big opportunity for sustainability-focused investors, says Paine Schwartz’s CEO Kevin Schwartz
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Timberland is an ideal natural capital investment, with carbon credits providing a potential additional revenue stream for sustainably managed assets, says Manulife Investment Management’s Thomas Sarno
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Forestry investors can access higher returns and achieve greater impact in the Global South, says Astarte’s managing partner and co-founder Stavros Siokos
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A humble and holistic approach to climate and environmental challenges is critical for both agriculture and timberland, says Nuveen Natural Capital’s head of sustainability Cristina Hastings Newsome.
The investment characteristics of timberland and agriculture offer a compelling rationale for inclusion in larger multi-asset portfolios, says Manulife Investment Management’s David Fortin and Weiyi Zhang.
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A sustainable approach to regenerative cropland transitions that prioritizes agronomic support for growers and core farm profitability should supersede ‘carbon farming,’ says Vayda’s CEO, Mike Shoemaker.
Stewardship of both people and the environment is key to the long-term health and productivity of timberland assets, says Manulife Investment Management’s Eduardo Hernandez.
As the use of mass timber in construction increases around the world, Nuveen’s Gwen Busby says investors are recognizing the climate benefits of sustainable timberland.
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.

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