GLF summit: Leveraging investment portfolios to manage sustainable landscapes
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More than 900,000 people living off the electrical grid now have improved access to renewable energy through solar panels and clean cookstoves due to an impact investment campaign, says a non-profit investment firm that supports businesses with a socio-environmental focus.
Calvert Impact Capital, helmed by Chief Executive Jennifer Pryce raises capital from private investors – over the past 20 years to the tune of about $1.5 billion – then channels it to mission-driven organizations worldwide.
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