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Emmanuel Lagarrigue, partner and global co-head of KKR's climate strategy
How do we unlock the next phase of the energy transition, asks Emmanuel Lagarrigue, partner and global co-head of KKR's climate strategy.
Many investors have begun actively investing into climate solutions that should help mitigate the climate crisis. The next step is investing in adaptation, writes Ashim Paun, head of sustainable investing at Triton.
Nick Wood, Resonance Asset Management
Nick Wood, CEO and CIO of Resonance Asset Management, says the fundraising market will recover some momentum soon.
Brandon Ziegler, Global Endowment Management
Brandon Zeigler, an impact director at Global Endowment Management and speaker at the Impact Investor Summit in New York at the end of this month, says institutions face a number of challenges when investing in impact.
Shane Swords, NextEnergy Capital;
Despite wider fundraising challenges, sustainable strategies are still pulling in institutional capital, says Shane Swords, managing director and global head of investor relations at NextEnergy Capital.
Nino Tronchetti Provera, Ambienta
Generative AI may have uses for investment managers, but it will be the humans who generate the alpha, writes the founder of environment-focused firm Ambienta.
LeapFrog Investments’ climate strategy, which launched last year with a target to invest $500m, addresses four main themes: built environment, energy, food and mobility, writes co-head of climate Nakul Zaveri.
As the gap between supply and demand for affordable housing widens, institutional investors see opportunities to invest to meet ESG goals and boost financial returns, writes Keith Button.
US Capitol
There are very real consequences to the attacks on ESG in the US; quietly sitting out the discussion is not an acceptable option, writes specialist communications consultant Dmitriy Ioselevich.
Holly Turner, Schroders Capital
Holly Turner, climate specialist at Schroders Capital, responds to a New Private Markets' Friday Letter that called for a rethink of net-zero targets.

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