Climate + Gender Funds
Funds investing at the intersection of climate and gender
Investors are waking up to the outsized impact potential of investing at the intersection of climate action and women’s and girls’ empowerment.
Investing with a gender lens can particularly address challenges in climate adaptation and resilience issues. And solving climate-related problems disproportionately benefits women and girls.
A growing crop of fund managers are designing strategies to seize the overlapping opportunities.
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*Disclaimer: This list of climate + gender funds is based on available information, sourced by ImpactAlpha. Information has not been further reviewed by the managers nor verified by third parties, is not guaranteed for accuracy or completeness, and should not be relied upon as investment advice or recommendations. Nothing in this list or on ImpactAlpha.com shall constitute an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy securities.
ImpactAlpha's Climate + Gender coverage
In the bustling financial hub of Singapore, Rhea See, an early-stage fund manager at She Loves Tech Asia Emerging Outliers Fund, leads an
A growing number of climate investors are recognizing that applying a gender lens can deepen their climate impact – and accelerate a just
ImpactAlpha, January 23 – Ines Schiller and Melanie Schichan had a vision to strengthen the circular economy with sustainable hygiene and care products.
ImpactAlpha, December 13 – Since launching the bond series in 2017, the Singapore-based impact investment firm has raised nearly $230 million to support
ImpactAlpha, December 5 — British International Investment, the UK’s development finance institution and impact investor, has made a $25 million allocation to GEF
ImpactAlpha, November 17 – That women are more adversely affected by climate change is well established (in impact and development circles at any