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James Stacey and Richard Burrett become Fellows of University of Cambridge Programme for Sustainability Leadership (CPSL) 31/12/2012 CPSL website
Neil Brown, Senior Partner ECP Chairs the AIFM Directive Level 2 Implementation Measures conference, London. 12/12/2012 Informa Download article
Ben Cotton, Partner at ECP speaks at OECD COP 18 round table meeting, Doha, Qatar “The Role of Institutional Investors in Mobilising Long-Term Green Infrastructure Investment” 05/12/2012 Doha Press
Richard Burrett, Partner ECP and Co-Chair UNEPFI authors an article: 'Climate Change is not the problem. Short-termism is', in the COP 18, Climate Change, The new Economy publication. 27/11/2012 COP 18, Climate Change, The New Economy (pgs 72-73)
Earth Capital Partners awarded the Renewable and Alternative Energy Private Equity Firm of the Year - UK 2012, by Intercontinental Finance magazine 20/11/2012 Intercontinental Magazine
Richard Burrett, Partner ECP and Co-Chair UNEPFI quoted in The Guardian article, 'Sustainable finance: how far have the Equator Principles gone?' 15/11/2012 The Guardian
James Stacey, ECP and Senior Associate Cambridge Programme for Sustainability Leadership, Chairs soft commodity panel at the Banking Environment Initiative (BEI) Forum. 08/11/2012 Cambridge Programme for Sustainability Leadership
James Stacey, ECP joins the judging panel for the 2012 EIC Energy Innovation Awards 01/11/2012 Energy Innovation Centre
Richard Burrett, Partner ECP and Senior Associate Cambridge Programme for Sustainability Leadership interviews Jeremy Grantham, co-founder GMO asset managerment 17/08/2012 Cambridge Programme for Sustainability Leadership
Earth Capital Partners awarded the UK Sustainable Investment Adviser of the Year in Acquisition International 2012 M&A Awards 31/07/2012 Acquisition International M&A Awards Download article
Earth Capital Partners short listed for Acquisition International 2012 Awards 17/07/2012 Acquisition International
The Future of Investment - Green Infrastructure report profiles an interview with James Stacey, Partner at Earth Capital Partners 22/06/2012 UK Sustainable Investment & Finance (UKSIF) Download article
Lord Stanley Fink, Chairman of Earth Capital Partners speaks at London School of Economics, "Impact Investing: The Future of Finance?" 04/05/2012 London School of Economics SU AIC 2012
Emerging Markets ESG interview Richard Burrett, Partner Earth Capital Partners LLP 02/04/2012 Emerging Markets ESG
Marcelo de Andrade, Partner Earth Capital Partners named Bloomberg New Energy Finance 2012 Thought Leader 09/03/2012 Bloomberg New Energy Finance
Richard Burrett, Partner ECP moderates the discussion 'Absolute Assets: Accounting for natural capital in lending and investment' at UNEP Finance Initiative: 2011 Global Roundtable 24/10/2011 News and Media United Nations Webcast
Earth Capital Partners contributes to Environmental Finance round table, 'The Future of Sustainability' 21/10/2011 Environmental Finance Download article
Earth Capital Partners signs the Corporate Leaders Network for Climate Action (CLN) '2oC Challenge Communiqué' 21/10/2011 Corporate Leaders Network for Climate Action (CLN)
Earth Capital Partners signs the '2011 Global Investor Statement on Climate Change' 19/10/2011 Investors on Climate Change
Richard Burrett, Partner ECP speaks at launch of Cambridge Programme for Sustainability Leadership (CPSL) 'Natural Capital Investment' report 16/06/2011 University of Cambridge Programme for Sustainability Leadership
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