Agribusiness

Food & Agriculture

Food & Agriculture Tracker examines the exposure of funds to sustainability shocks, notably through the transition to sustainable production, regional agricultural declines, or novel global policy affecting the trade of nature-dependant goods.
Food & Agriculture Tracker is a part of the wider Planet Tracker group of Initiatives.
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Growing for Profit

Planet Tracker’s benchmark analysis of 37 funds in the food and agriculture sectors demonstrates that asset managers need to understand that, for their food and agriculture equity funds to be successful, they must measure, manage and monitor the natural capital risks in their investments by aligning these with sustainable food and agriculture systems to improve investment performance.

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Building Back Better: a Marshall Plan for Natural Capital: Reversing the decline in Sub-Saharan African GDP in Nature-Based Tourism Sector from COVID-19

Today, a global plan to support Sub-Saharan African (SSA) economies to increase social, economic and environmental resilience is needed, in light of the systemic shocks that we already know await us through climate impacts and now COVID-19 and its detrimental impacts on conservation funding.

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Scope for Improvement: Accounting for food loss and waste in Scope 3 reporting

Reported Scope 3 emissions by 12 publicly listed European food retailers account for 44% of total emissions in the European food retail sector in 2018.

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Financial Accounting in the Agriculture Sector

From Natural Capital to Accounting to Valuation – Commentary on IAS 41: Agriculture.

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From Drought to Fires to Downgrade Risk

New South Wales Faces Long-Term Credit Risks as Natural Infrastructure is Threatened

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Cattle are More than just Beef

Despite accounting for less than 9% of global agriculture’s market value in 2016 – compared to 22% for the meat industry, dairy is an important sector in both developed and emerging markets’ economies. 2016 estimates from the FAO suggest that a quarter of all farms worldwide keep at least one milking animal, which might include cows, goats, buffalo and/or sheep with dairy-related employment from farm to fork in the hundreds of millions.