Who said rewilding couldn't be a good investment strategy?
To rewild at the scale needed to meet the target of conserving 30% of earth by 2030, we need to rethink how we value & invest in nature.
We invest in nature because we believe it to be more profitable left wild, for all generations to come.
The Habitat fund will secure and rewild biodiverse real estate using only nature-positive businesses.
Rewarding impact investors while empowering local communities coexisting alongside nature.
Nature positive business models
We focus on nature-positive businesses because they rely on a fully biodiverse ecosystem, aid in climate resilience and don't consume nature.
In every landscape, exists an opportunity for value creation.
An entrepreneurial approach is applied to design business solutions specific to each unique ecosystem.
In collaboration with the communities co-existing alongside the wild spaces.
We invest in Africa because of its magnificent natural potential.
Africa is home to 8 of the world’s 34 biodiversity hotspots and holds one-fifth of all known species of mammals, birds, and plants.
It also holds the only intact megafauna populations in the whole world.
But that opportunity could be lost if we don't act quickly enough.
"Climate change alone could cause the loss of 50% of African bird and mammal species over the next 75 years"
- World Bank
How the fund works
Blended finance obtained by investors and donors through distributors and specialist partners
The habitat fund is housed in a limited fund based in Germany.
The fund works with local specialist partners to identify threatened habitats with significant impact potential in Sub-Saharan Africa
Habitats are assessed for impact potential on 6 pillars
Land secured through purchase or leasing in conjunction with local communities and venture partners
SPV's established for respective Nature positive business models in location country eg. South Africa