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Introducing 2030 Finance, Aspiration’s $47 million raise, five Breakthrough energy innovations

Greetings, ImpactAlpha readers! #ImpactAlpha Focus: 2030 Finance Introducing 2030 Finance, where ImpactAlpha tracks the global shift of capital. Looking back from 2030, it may be clear that a titanic shift already was underway by 2017. One by one, in clusters, and finally en masse, pension and sovereign-wealth funds, insurance companies and big banks, wealthy families and

One Planet, coal’s last gasps, Rise Fund in Latin America, value of measurement, green…

Greetings, ImpactAlpha readers! #Double Feature: ImpactAlpha Originals We’ll always have Paris, but is that enough to avert climate catastrophe?Global capital continued its lumbering rotation toward climate action at the One Planet summit. This week’s summit, perhaps the most ambitious effort yet to mobilize private capital for climate action, closed with an array of finance-related announcements,

Climate action in Paris, affordable housing in Colorado, entrepreneurial ecosystem in Virginia

Greetings, ImpactAlpha readers! #Featured: ImpactAlpha Original One Planet: Macron mobilizes capital for climate action, with a French accent. President Emmanuel Macron of France is moving to fill the vacuum in climate action leadership left by President Trump — and to position France at the center of a global capital shift. Macron’s “One Planet” summit Tuesday will mark

Own Your Impact edition: Steve Case’s impact argument, gender lens culture shift, beyond…

Good Friday evening, ImpactAlpha readers! #Featured: The Brief’s Big Eight: Own Your Impact Edition 1. SteveCase walks back his comments to The New York Times — onImpactAlpha. “I wanted to set the record straight: I absolutely believe that impact investing can produce the same sort of market returns that other types of investing can achieve,” Case writes in

Own your gender lens, unlocked futures, Greenlight Planet’s $60 million raise, Jewish-lens…

Greetings, ImpactAlpha readers! #Featured: Impact Voices Why some venture capitalists talk about gender (and others don’t).“There’s a strong chance the next Bill Gates isn’t going to look anything like the last one,” Melinda Gates wrote recently, taking to task venture capitalists who don’t put diversity at the top of their agenda. “I’m interested in finding solutions

Why Rise of the Rest should own impact, Propel Capital’s civic tech fund, cleantech investing 2.0,

Greetings, ImpactAlpha readers! #Featured: Impact Voices Yes, Steve Case, there is impact alpha. As more money folks embrace impact investing, it seems some impact folks are running away. The latest case in point, so to speak, is Steve Case, who took pains to make clear to The New York Times that his new Rise of the

India’s one-line revolution, big-name backers for Rise of the Rest, fintech in LATAM and MENA…

Greetings, ImpactAlpha readers! #Featured: ImpactAlpha Original The one-line revolution in land rights in rural India. Suchitra Dey and her husband, a truck driver, had struggled for years to earn a living, taking odd jobs and selling vegetables. Seven years ago, Dey and her family finally got a small plot of their own, in the West