Collecting and analyzing data on and from vulnerable populations is a black hole today, in a world focused on Big Data and the growing use of Artificial Intelligence. A glaring example of this paradox is the statistical understanding of the 600 million farms under 2 Ha, on which a good quarter of humanity depends.
Green Taxonomy, SFDR, benchmarks regulation, green bonds… Since 2018 and the introduction of its Sustainable Finance Plan, the EU has adopted several acts aimed at its practical implementation, as well as their articulation with schemes governing economic assets such as CSRD, CS3D or MACF. Here is a quick explanation.
As part of the European Green Deal, an agreement was finally announced in December 2022 between the European Council and the EU Parliament on an anti-deforestation directive, aimed at eliminating the import or processing of products produced from deforestation.
On the occasion of the publication of our latest mission report, we look back at our journey from Ksapa’s adoption of the quality of ‘mission company’ to the publication of this report.
In this article, Ksapa explains the need to move towards regenerative agriculture given the boost in carbon markets, and how digital solutions can help make carbon finance more inclusive by engaging smallholder farmers
ESG due diligence is becoming a market standard in private equity. Meanwhile, impact investing is reshuffling the cards for a growing number of players. Here are a few pointers to help you address these developments. Last month, the AFITE (Organization for the Financing and Transfer of Companies) interviewed our Managing Director as part of a […]
Allocating financial resources to economically, socially & environmentally (ESG) performing strategies is not only a collective necessity, but also an informed decision for investors!