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Our Portfolio Partners

Our experts have identified some of the best not-for-profits tackling the Climate and Nature Crisis. Using the most rigorous possible investment mindset, they have assembled these powerful organisations into a measurable, manageable fund: the Global Returns Fund.

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Experts on our Technical Advisory Board and Due Diligence Committee oversee the Global Returns Fund's selection and monitoring processes.

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We've developed an innovative metric for evaluating our portfolio's effectiveness. We call it the Global Returns Rate: a measure of the real, identifiable and Global Returns produced over a six-month period.

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Investors will receive detailed six-monthly reports with information about their allocation and the current level of their Global Returns Points.

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Ashden finds, funds and supports organizations delivering new, affordable and sustainable energy solutions around the world.

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ClientEarth is a team of lawyers ensuring existing environmental laws are respected and helping governments develop effective environmental policies.

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Global Canopy targets the market forces driving the Climate Crisis and the destruction of nature. Its data platforms enable and increase pressure on companies, investors and governments to halt their impacts on tropical forests and other vital ecosystems. 

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Safeguarding existing rainforests is one of the most effective ways to fight climate change. Every donation will be matched by a generous supporter, doubling the impact.

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Trillion Trees will ensure one trillion trees have been re-grown, saved from loss, and better protected around the world by 2050.

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Whale and Dolphin Conservation is a global champion for whale and ocean-based solutions to the Climate Crisis. Whales play an important role in maintaining a healthy ocean and planet by accumulating carbon and fertilising carbon-sequestering phytoplankton.

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