March 3, 2020

Written by: Steven Heim, Managing Director at Boston Common and Jennifer Astone, Principal at Integrated Capital Investing

Indigenous communities, foundations and entrepreneurs have launched creative structures and approaches to access financial capital, link to markets and promote the well-being of their communities, traditions and lands. They have been spurred on by the unequal burdens of climate change, the rich knowledge, traditions and land base of Indigenous Peoples, and persistent wealth inequalities. All of these investments are founded on fostering long-term partnerships in which money takes a backseat to economic justice and engaged participation in setting the terms and conditions of investment.

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Originally published in Alliance Magazine

Published On: March 3, 2020Categories: In the News