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Infrastructure funds are under growing pressure to deliver ‘nature-positive’ investments.
The industry is likely to gravitate towards credit schemes that enable multiple issuances from a single project, says Pollination's Laura Waterford.
Shami Nissan, Actis
Investors are thinking about moving beyond risk management towards 'nature positive' practices, said Actis's Shami Nissan in a video interview on the sidelines of the Impact Investor Global Summit.
Monetising the biodiversity benefits of nature-based strategies would bring a 'huge amount of upside', says AXA IM Alts' Jonathan Dean.
Private infrastructure has a 'big advantage' over other asset classes in addressing biodiversity issues, according to a panellist at Infrastructure Investor Network Global Summit in Berlin.
Aerial view of dolphins in Acapulco, Mexico.
SWEN’s Blue Ocean Fund has closed above target and joins a small group deploying capital to preserve ocean health.
The debt fund will use a blended model to target foundations, family offices, high-net-worth individuals.
Tawny owl, scientific name: Strix aluco. Close up of an adult owl perched on a fence in a summer meadow filled with colourful yellow buttercups and grasses.
The risks and opportunities associated with nature are a major action item for general partners this year, according to senior ESG and sustainability execs.
Denise Odaro, PAI Partners
The European private equity firm plans to set a decarbonisation plan at both the GP and portfolio level in the coming year, says Denise Odaro, head of ESG & sustainability.
Alvar de Wolff, Bregal Capital
Alvar de Wolff, managing director, head of ESG and responsible investing at Bregal Investments, tells New Private Markets what the firm is thinking about nature-based risks and opportunities in 2023.

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