- Solving malnutrition will require a significant capital infusion in a more local, more sustainable, global food system able to deliver more affordable healthy food. That’s a big opportunity for impact investors.
- 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.
The place-based impact fund strives to support the U.K. city's vision to be “a fair, healthy and sustainable city and a city of hope and aspiration” by 2050.
The non-profit will use a $500,000 loan support the acquisition and conversion of single family homes into affordable and workforce housing in South Atlanta.
- Private equity investors seeking impact in emerging markets are grappling with risk on both fronts.
Soil Scout’s sensors are unique from other soil monitoring devices because they sit below ground while still communicating with wireless networks.
RapidSOS is overhauling emergency response through a cloud-based communication platform as first responders grapple with intensifying natural disasters and antiquated infrastructure.