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The fact that most investors lack confidence in their net-zero plans should be read as a lack of data, not a lack of hope.
Jim Roth, Zamo Capital
Veteran impact investor Jim Roth identifies the three themes he believe will dominate the year ahead.
A carbon credit with inherently questionable value is no good for the climate or the sector but it’s also no good to throw the baby out with the bathwater.
A handful of asset owners are blurring the lines of traditional asset classes for climate opportunities.
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The ingredients are all there for a big year in impact secondaries, with GP-leds looking particularly tempting.
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We made six predictions in January last year – how did they pan out?
Pulling out threads from our first year of weekly commentaries.
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The past year brought existential debate, some helpful regulation and productive collaboration on climate and data matters, but a lack of urgency is still an issue.
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All eyes are on Montreal as COP15 looks to deliver an international commitment on biodiversity retention and restoration that can replicate the impact of the Paris Climate Accords.
Despite many private fund investors slowing their pace of allocations, there are a handful of reasons for those raising impact capital to be more optimistic than their mainstream peers.

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