• Inconsistency of nature strategies damaging credibility with investors, says FAIRR

    09 May 2024

    Concerns surrounding the credibility of nature and climate strategies are "plaguing investors", agriculture-focused investor coalition FAIRR has warned, as it urges governments to step in to provide more clarity and 'guardrails'.

  • People Moves, 15 March: Impax, GSG, Verdane, LOIM, Schroders ... and more

    22 March 2024
  • Dairy and meat emissions rising, says FAIRR

    07 November 2023

    Emissions from dairy and meat 'giants' have risen over the past year, with inaction on deforestation also persisting, research by investor initiative FAIRR has shown.

  • FAIRR calls on G20 to align agricultural subsidies with climate goals

    22 August 2023

    A coalition of 32 investors managing £5.7 trillion ($7.3 trillion) has urged G20 countries to better align their agricultural subsidies with their climate goals.

  • Don't rely on COP to build sustainable agriculture market, says Allianz GI

    25 July 2023

    The COP28 presidency today launched a food system and agriculture work programme - but one investor said the private sector, rather than policymakers, would be the real drivers of change.

  • Why Robeco is talking about agricultural waste in engagements

    03 November 2022

    Manure is on the agenda in engagements with some food and agricultural companies, Peter van der Werf tells Thomas Cox

  • Social issues among 'most material' ESG risks for alternative proteins

    14 September 2022

    Factors ranging from climate to the 'just transition' were among the most material environmental, social and governance (ESG) risks to the alternative proteins industry...

  • FAIRR launches alternative protein reporting frameworks

    08 September 2022
  • Food firms must do more to support sustainable protein transition, says FAIRR

    29 September 2021
  • Food systems: Investment risk and opportunity, Part one

    02 June 2021

    Moving to more sustainable food production is necessary to cut GHG emissions and biodiversity loss - but assessing risk and opportunity can be hard, Michael Hurley writes