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VC Firm Turns to Street Art to Draw Attention to the Real Estate Industry's Role in Climate Change and Encourage Investment in Climate Tech
Brazilian energy company Cosan SA (CSAN3.SA) has joined the U.S.-based Fifth Wall Climate Tech Fund as an investor and partner in a deal that also gives it preferential access to investments in startups developing lower carbon solutions.
Brazilian energy and logistics company is the first Latin American investor in the Fifth Wall Climate Tech Fund, joining a global consortium of sustainability-focused organizations investing in climate technologies
The company invests in Fifth Wall, created by Brendan Wallace and focused on construtechs, which has 70 investors, including the Marriott hotel chain and the British Land developer
Brendan Wallace, Fifth Wall Founder, joins Yahoo Finance to discuss the Fifth Wall Climate Tech Fund’s goal to decarbonize the built world and building real estate for a better climate.
VC Firm Turns to Street Art to Raise Awareness About the Real Estate Industry’s Impact on Climate Change and Encourage the Sector to “Choose Earth”
Fifth Wall's Brendan Wallace and Greg Smithies provide a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of a mural the firm commissioned in Brooklyn, New York, to raise awareness about the real estate industry's impact on climate change.
If you’re already familiar with Fifth Wall, then this blog might also read familiarly, because we feel like we’ve said it a billion times: the real estate industry is the climate culprit hiding in plain sight.
Industry Heavyweights Equity Residential, Hudson Pacific Properties, Invitation Homes, Ivanhoé Cambridge, and Kimco Realty Corporation join the largest-ever real estate industry consortium to invest in climate tech to decarbonize the real estate industry
Large real estate companies are putting $140 million into a climate tech fund that aims to help decarbonize the sector, according to an announcement Monday morning from the venture firm Fifth Wall