- At a time the world needs to be radically ramping up financing for the low-carbon transition, investment is dropping instead.
- On ImpactAlpha’s Call No. 11, Agents of Impact aligned with Catholic, Jewish and Muslim institutions found common ground in using capital to usher in a fairer economy and nurture a healthier natural environment.
Top oil and gas producers need to slash combined production by 35% over the next decade to stay within climate targets set by the Paris Accord, a new Carbon Tracker analysis finds.
- Packard Foundation and the MacArthur Foundation backed the fund with low-cost debt program-related investments, with a goal to “build a new asset class where none currently exists,” Packard’s Susan Phinney Silver told ImpactAlpha.
The Boston-based venture capital firm will use its first fund to scale up its investment capabilities and build the clean energy pipeline for later-stage investors.
- Rather than viewing climate change as a threat, Africa’s investors should view it through the prism of opportunity, Michelle Kathryn Essomé, CEO of the African Private Equity and Venture Capital Association.
- Japan has been staking out a leadership position in sustainable investing. Still, two of its largest industries, energy and seafood, have been slow to follow. Two recent reports call out environmental-related risks for Japan’s economy.