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Climate Finance

Climate finance takes the challenge of limiting global temperature rise and looks at opportunities for growth in shifting to new, low carbon economies while fostering investments that benefit portfolios and the planet.

Terra.do and Green Artha Partnership Officially Launched
Climate Finance 1 min read

Terra.do and Green Artha Partnership Officially Launched

Terra.do and Green Artha are proud to launch our new partnership and joint fellowship starting Fall 2021. The goal: support the growth of the climate sector and the organizations within by creating a pipeline of job-ready climate professionals.

Is Green Growth a Fairytale? Green Growth, Green Economy, GEP & Decoupling explained!
Business and Economics 6 min read

Is Green Growth a Fairytale? Green Growth, Green Economy, GEP & Decoupling explained!

The jargon of climate solutions can be a confusing barrier to action; that’s why we’re sharing Terra.do's friends at The Green Sprint jargon-busting article on the buzzwords of green economics.

Is Venture Capital Or Project Finance The Key To Solving Climate Change?
Business and Economics 3 min read

Is Venture Capital Or Project Finance The Key To Solving Climate Change?

How can we best scale and deploy technologies that fight climate change? Where does climate finance fit it on the timeline of embracing climate solutions? Guest writer Daniel Kriozere shares his insights into the application of venture capital and project finance in funding climate solutions.

How to Navigate Climate Finance and Climate-Resilient Investments
TerraTalk 44 min read

How to Navigate Climate Finance and Climate-Resilient Investments

Laura Canevari, Founder of Itaca Solutions, and Anu Jogesh, Policy and Governance Lead for Acclimatise South Asia talked about their professional experiences of working in the Climate Finance sector.

How Startups & Climate Tech Companies Fit in with Doughnut Economics
Article 7 min read

How Startups & Climate Tech Companies Fit in with Doughnut Economics

An in-depth analysis by Terra.do alumn Bruno Girin on how the Doughnut Economics development model could be applied to climate tech companies, covering funding models, employees, tech as an enabler, online privacy, and more.