Up to half of the world’s coral reefs have been lost, and if global temperatures rise by 1.5°C, 90% could disappear. This Global Strategy for Coral Reefs is supporting efforts to incubate and accelerate revenue-generating interventions that can sustainably finance the mitigation and elimination of unsustainable direct and indirect local drivers of coral reef degradation.
This private equity fund manager invests in technology-enabled companies addressing climate change while prioritizing equity and access. Meanwhile targeting the untapped potential of the $15 trillion industries in the ocean, on land and in the air.
This female-founded Manager seeks to generate competitive financial returns PLUS positive economic, social and/or environmental impact by providing financing to Small and Medium Enterprises (“SMEs”) in very select high-growth developing economies with stable political climates and reliable legal systems. All of their borrowers map to at least one of the UN SDGs + conform to the IFC’s exclusion list + meet local and international laws and respective practices + are in compliance with local environmental, labor, health, safety and business laws +commit to identify and track various bottom-up impact metrics, as defined by the GIIN’s Impact Reporting and Investment Standards (IRIS) metrics.
Climate change is a defining issue of our time. In 2012, this Manager launched their Climate Solutions Strategy, a portfolio of companies focused on producing climate mitigation or adaptation solutions that they believe will outperform equity markets over the long-term. They believe that companies positioned alongside environmental sectors have the potential to significantly outperform the broader equity market over the long-term.
This Long / Short Equity Strategy with ESG integration is a female-led, fundamental-based, U.S. focused, multi-sector long/short equity strategy utilizing the co-founders’ experience running low net and a commitment to short selling, coupled with integrated ESG research and independent thinking, to pursue asymmetric risk/reward and strong alpha generation.