Impact investing 101: Prioritizing poverty through profitability?

Published by Global Envision – October 2, 2015

Progress comes with a price tag–and a substantial one at that. Development projects around the world received $1.2 trillion in 2014 but experts estimate it will take another $2.5 trillion per year to address global challenges like poverty, food security, and climate change.

Philanthropy, humanitarian aid and government spending are not enough to fill this deficit. World leaders are calling for innovative financing methods to fill the gap.

Impact investing could be the answer.

What is impact investing? MORE.


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