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Calling all impact finance MBA students



In the Kellogg-Morgan Stanley Sustainable Investing Challenge, graduate-student teams worldwide compete to come up with new ideas for investing for impact.

Winners receive mentoring, networking and $15,000 in cash. Past winners include EduIndia, which finances new private schools in India; Terra Limpa, an Angolan fund to improve agriculture productivity and land ownership; and Fresh Coast Capital, which just raised $1.25 million to upgrade U.S. water and wastewater infrastructure.

Fresh Coast Capital raises $1.25 million for green municipal water management

This year’s competition will be held in London on April 13th. Requests for mentors are due by January 23rd (here), and prospectuses by February 20th (here).

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