Tag: impact investing

Wouter Veer – Trying to fix private land ownership, the root cause of all our issues

A conversation with Wouter Veer, entrepreneur, impact investor, founder of Lenteland, about inequality, impact investing, land ownership, unsustainability, Charles Eisenstein, and starting and funding a venture and a movement in the Netherlands.

Douglas Eger – How to IPO natural asset companies and raise billions

A conversation with Douglas Eger, CEO and founder of Intrinsic Exchange Group, about how to value nature and make it the centre of our economy and not some non-calculated externality, and more.

Bert Glover on investing over $600M into regenerative farms in the US and Australia and selling soil carbon credits to Microsoft

Bert Glover of Impact Ag Partners, comes back on the podcast for a discussion about soil carbon credits, operating his fund in Australia and North America, as well as the importance of biodiversity and more.

Soil Builders, for robots not all weeds are created egual

A check in with Brent Kessel, investor in the New African Farmers bond, plus a deep dive with Ben Scott Robbinson of the Small Robot Company into the role of small robots in regenerative agriculture and why not all weeds are created equal.

Introducing Transition Finance with Benedikt and Koen

Koen van Seijen and Benedikt Bösel are the co-hosts of this special series dedicated to Transition Finance in regenerative agriculture and food.
In this series Koen is joined by Benedikt Bösel, owner of the Gut&Bösel farm (http://www.gutundboesel.org) and former Venture Capitalist with a focus on environmental technologies and AgTech startups. Follow them on their journey to find out what are the key principles of transition finance for regenerative farmers.

Allan Savory @ Groundswell – On what impact investors should focus on in regenerative agriculture

What would you tell impact investors who are interested in regenerative agriculture to focus on? At Groundswell 2019 I asked this question to Allan Savory, cofounder and president of the Savory Institute.

Eric Jackson on how to finance many more grain and soy farmers to transition to organic and beyond

Pipeline foods is working with the Rabobank and other funders to design and implement transition finance products to help farmers transitioning to organic and beyond. A new podcast with Eric Jackson, CEO and founder of Pipeline Foods.

Mike Korchinsky, protecting forests in Congo and Kenya with local communities

Ecosystem restoration together with local communities in Kenya and Congo: an interview with Mike Korchinsky, founder and CEO of WildlifeWorks.