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For Ceniarth’s impact-first portfolio, ‘catalytic’ just means reasonable

  • "We have set out to infuse an impact-first ethic across the entirety of our  portfolio, reshaping how both our private foundation and unrestricted family office assets are deployed," writes Ceniarth's Greg Neichin.

Opportunity Zone ‘catalysts’ are driving impact in America’s overlooked communities

  • Bad actors are grabbing headlines. Opportunity Zone ‘catalysts’ are driving impact. 

Water Detox: Why KKR is investing in wastewater treatment to manage ‘nutrients’

ImpactAlpha, Dec. 5 – Ten thousand people who had trained for an Ironman last October were told that the swimming portion of the event was cancelled for a reason many had not heard of: toxic algae in the Ohio River.  Many people may have wondered: What is toxic algae? And how could it be bad enough