Just Climate plans to raise ‘flexible and long dated capital’ for several sector-focused funds.
A report has criticised the industry over its past investment in oil, gas and coal. We contacted the 10 private equity firms cited and their responses were mixed.
Liverpool Partners has collected A$350m for the vehicle, which will invest across PE, venture capital, unlisted infrastructure and renewables.
Lessons from its debut 'impact-driven' long hold fund 'will trickle in' to the rest of the firm's platform, says EQT's Anders Misund.
Actis has raised $6bn for its fifth energy fund and will invest in renewables and natural gas globally.
The firm aims to excite positive social change in American small businesses, says Brightwood Capital, and Goldman Sachs Special Sits alumni, founder Eric Taylor.
New platform Palisade Impact will invest in infrastructure and infra-like businesses driving the race to net-zero, platform CEO Steve Gross says.
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The European firm has taken €150m from two Dutch insurance companies for the UN Sustainable Development Goals-aligned vehicle.
The firm is offering investors access to the single-family rental market and seeks to provide residents with a pathway to homeownership.
Development Partners International just raised $1.15bn to invest in African PE. Its CEO, Runa Alam, says it combines elements of impact and ESG integration that make it hard to define.

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