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Bloomberg’s global initiative, school-in-a-box, epidemic insurance, SIINC’ing portfolios…

Good Wednesday evening, The people of Mexico and the Caribbean are hurting after an epic series of disasters. Our friends at IGNIA, an investment firm in Mexico City, have identified Topos de Tlatelolco, a search and rescue team, and the Mexican Red Cross as reliable organizations working on the earthquake relief effort in Mexico. Vox

SDG-finance unicorns, Barclays impact fund-of-funds, climate mitigation opportunities, goalkeepers’…

Greetings, ImpactAlpha readers! #Featured: ImpactAlpha Original Here come the SDG-finance unicorns. To get to $1 trillion, much less the tens of trillions needed to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals, you first have to get to $1 billion. At the Rockefeller Foundation, the hunt is on for 10 innovative financial structures that can mobilize at least

SDG Week, JP Morgan in Chicago, development impact bonds, farm tech and talent

Greetings, ImpactAlpha readers! #Featured: ImpactAlpha Original Welcome to SDG Week. At the United Nations in New York, it’s the 72nd annual gathering of the General Assembly. Outside, it’s SDG week, a moveable feast of events, receptions, panels and parties to mobilize support for the 17 Sustainable Development Goals or, more simply, the global goals. Secretary-General

B Corp list, Rise Fund’s data deal, Rise of the Rest finalists, India’s $8B impact market, paradox…

Greetings, ImpactAlpha readers! #Featured: Open Mic Move over Fortune 500. Here come the B Corp 846. New Belgium Brewing Co., in Fort Collins, Colo., is employee-owned, wind-powered and now selling its brew in all 50 states. Its Fat Tire beer may be among the best in the world, but it made B Lab’s annual list for

Mirova land fund, women’s entrepreneurship in India, carbon-capture tech, energy efficiency =…

Greetings, ImpactAlpha readers! #Dealflow: Follow the Money Mirova formally launches $300 million Land Degradation Neutrality Fund. The UN-affiliated fund will invest in sustainable agriculture and forestry, as well as green infrastructure and ecotourism. It is one of the first private funds aimed at land-degradation neutrality, a target of Sustainable Development Goal №15 (Life on land). The

Impact data flywheel, African agribusiness deals, corporate renewables push, Blade Runner through…

Greetings, ImpactAlpha readers! #Featured: ImpactAlpha Original The impact data flywheel is beginning to spin. ImpactAlpha wraps up the “Operation Impact” series, produced in collaboration with the Case Foundation, which highlighted advances in data gathering and analysis that are starting to make it possible to add “impact” (to risk and return) as a core consideration in

Alaska’s universal income, immigrant innovation, carbon budgets, Made in China 2025

Greetings, ImpactAlpha readers! #Featured: Open Mic What Alaska’s oil dividend can teach us about Universal Basic Income. One of the most intriguing sections of Hillary Clinton’s new campaign memoir, out today, details her interest in providing every American with a modest basic income every year. The model for the plan is the dividend to be paid