Climate AM acquires Australian 'regenerative agriculture' project
Climate Asset Management's natural capital fund has acquired a regenerative agriculture project in Australia for an undisclosed amount, to restore biodiversity and generate carbon removal credits.
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The need for regenerative agriculture
Being sustainable is no longer enough, argues Carl Atkin-House
Profile: Martin Berg of Climate Asset Management
The new CEO of Climate Asset Management, Martin Berg, tells Thomas Cox about the challenge of scaling natural capital.
Climate Asset Management to lead Apple 'carbon removal' fund
Apple has launched a fund to which it will commit "up to" $200 million to invest in "high-impact, scalable, nature-based carbon removal offsets".
Vague COP15 agreement is 'not a Paris moment', warns HSBC
The global biodiversity framework agreed at the COP15 conference this week failed to meet expectations among some observers that it could provide an equivalent target to 'net zero' for nature, according to a research note by HSBC.
Climate Asset Management raises $650m for natural capital funds
Climate Asset Management (CAM), the joint venture between HSBC and Pollination, has raised $650 million for its two natural capital funds.
Biodiversity credits could be 'huge for finance'
If biodiversity credits can capture the nature-related value of an area, they could become a "huge thing for finance", an investor has claimed.
Nature is the new climate
We are seeing the beginning of a shift in policy to provide explicit financial incentives for nature inclusion and restoration, argues Megan Reilly Cayten