Pensions, VC firms lead the pack in funding low-carbon ag’s future

The food and agricultural industry have been in the midst of a long-term struggle to become more climate friendly and low-carbon. Now investors are at the ready to help.

Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec (CDPQ) created a co-investment partnership with S2G Ventures in Chicago totaling up to $125 million to be placed over the next three years in ventures that aim to make the food and agriculture industry more sustainable.

The co-investment agreement between CDPQ and S2G results from CDPQ's partnership with CREO Family Office Syndicate (CREO), a . . .

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