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Corporate investment

We have 3 items tagged with ‘Corporate investment’.
  • Seedlings. Impact investing directs investment capital to enterprises delivering positive environmental and social impacts, and could play an important role in financing sustainable development (Photo: Geoff Maddock, Creative Commons via Flickr)

    Business as usual – or business with purpose?

    As we launch our new strategy, Laura Kelly, director of IIED’s Shaping Sustainable Markets research group, considers how the private sector can respond to development and environmental challenges – and how IIED can support business to deliver positive change

    17 April 2019 | Blog | Economics
  • Despite the importance of the agriculture sector in Ethiopia, access to credit is limited (Photo: Morgana Wingard/USAID, Flickr via Creative Commons)

    Farming impacts in sub-Saharan Africa

    Three new papers looking at the way in which agriculture is contributing to development in Sub-Saharan Africa have been published as part of an ongoing series, which was launched last year on World Food Day

    23 April 2015 | News | Food and agriculture
  • Harvesting paddy fields

    Ensuring small holders aren't squeezed out of agricultural investments

    Tipping the Balance, a new report, has discovered that current popular policies can tip the balance away from small farmers. How can we ensure small holder farmers get a better deal?

    6 December 2012 | Blog | Food and agriculture
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