Croatan Institute is working with WBCSD to develop a guidance report and toolkit to identify the best practices to incorporate soil assets into corporate decision-making and provide mechanisms to mobilize soil investments at scale.
Financial practitioners, including regulators, must radically improve governance to bolster both the financial system itself and the broader social contract.
Through our agriculture-focused programs including ROADs and OARS, the Institute currently supports BIPOC farmers in North Carolina with financial and technical assistance.
To grow opportunities in black and brown communities, significant long-term investments are necessary.
We are developing an initiative, the BIPOC Leaders Advancing an Inclusive and Sustainable Economy (BLAISE) program, which will expand opportunities for students in HBCUs and HSIs with an interest in social impact and finance to gain knowledge, skills, and networks.
Strategy overview, evidence map, and core impact metrics for the sustainable agriculture Navigating Impact theme.
Croatan Institute is collaborating with Basil's Harvest and the Bionutrient Association to create an evidence-based story of research to support regenerative agriculture in the Heartland.
The Trends report includes analyses of community investing, shareholder advocacy, and integration of environmental, social, and governance criteria across all asset classes among US-domiciled funds.
Grassland 2.0 is a collaborative group working to develop pathways for increased resilience through grassland-based agriculture.
This project will develop the concept of ROADs to help agricultural producers and landowners finance soil wealth.