A catalyst for social development: impact investing

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A catalyst for social development: impact investing

SUSTAINING LIVES AND MARINE BIODIVERSITY IN INDONESIA

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82% of the world’s fisheries are over-exploited and under- managed, despite more than 20 international treaties protecting global fish stocks. For all their best intentions, policymakers’ focus on controlling inputs and outputs — such as the number of fishing vessels permitted or maximum catch limits for specific species — does not discourage over-fishing. Instead, as seen in The End of the Line at November’s Impact Chat, the problem is merely shifted as fishers use larger vessels and over-exploit less regulated species.

How are social enterprises tackling this issue? Read more>>

SO YOU THINK YOU CAN INVEST?

So you think you can invest? Perhaps you are considering impact investing, but don’t know where to begin. Why have others become impact investors? Do you have what it takes to make a difference? We asked our very own impact investors to share their insights and experiences. Click through to Read more>>

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