Making the Sustainable Development Goals work for local communities everywhere

Making the Sustainable Development Goals work for local communities everywhere

Organic Farmland Investment


ORICoop is working to preserve and enhance organic and regenerative businesses across Australia. We work together with like minded investors, business owners and landholders to activate aligned investment into the organic food and farming sector. This includes farm and business operators wishing to expand, diversify, retire or semi-retire, cease active farming or manage other transition outcomes in their family business, with aligned investors looking for investment that combines ecological land stewardship, healthy food, efficient supply chains and fair returns.

The Australian Organic industry is currently experiencing unprecedented growth and demand, driven by a discerning consumer in both Australia and overseas, as consumer values place a higher value on healthy, safe and nutritious food produced in a way that preserves our environment and softens the ecological footprint for future generations.

This is an ORICoop initiative designed to enhance and build resilience in the organic & biodynamic industry. ORICoop does not receive a fee for making introductions with our members and we do not recommend or warrant investments. Investors, existing businesses and landholders must make their own evaluation and investigation of the suitability of the arrangements, with full consideration of their own personal and financial circumstances.

Impact investing in sustainable food and agriculture across asset classes

Impact investing in sustainable food and agriculture across asset classes

Financing Resilient Value Chains through Total Portfolio Activation

At a time when farmers, entrepreneurs, and companies are increasingly rising to the growing demand for more transparent,
organic, and locally sourced food, investors have a critical role to play in financing stronger links across local, regional, and
global agriculture value chains.

Read on … download this document from croatan instutitute 

Positive money and Global 4C: How are they different?

Positive money and Global 4C: How are they different?

Positive money is a not-for-profit based in London that seeks to change the uk banking and monetary system to be (in their words) democratic and sustainable. There are some major differences between positive money and global 4c, and in this blogpost the major differences between the two initiatives are explained…… Read more HERE

Alliance discusses co-ops and sustainable development in the Asia-Pacific region

Alliance discusses co-ops and sustainable development in the Asia-Pacific region

Much of our day-to-day behaviour and cultural activity is structurally determined by our monetary and economic systems. Their redesign is a crucial enabler of the transition towards a regenerative culture. To transform our economic system(s) at every scale is an audacious salutogenic [health generating] design intervention, yet it is the only way we can effect changes deeply enough to avoid the collapse of civilization and further damage to ecosystems and the biosphere. Read the full article HERE

 

What’s Next?

What’s Next?

Organic Farmland Investment


ORICoop is working to preserve and enhance organic and regenerative businesses across Australia. We work together with like minded investors, business owners and landholders to activate aligned investment into the organic food and farming sector. This includes farm and business operators wishing to expand, diversify, retire or semi-retire, cease active farming or manage other transition outcomes in their family business, with aligned investors looking for investment that combines ecological land stewardship, healthy food, efficient supply chains and fair returns.

The Australian Organic industry is currently experiencing unprecedented growth and demand, driven by a discerning consumer in both Australia and overseas, as consumer values place a higher value on healthy, safe and nutritious food produced in a way that preserves our environment and softens the ecological footprint for future generations.

This is an ORICoop initiative designed to enhance and build resilience in the organic & biodynamic industry. ORICoop does not receive a fee for making introductions with our members and we do not recommend or warrant investments. Investors, existing businesses and landholders must make their own evaluation and investigation of the suitability of the arrangements, with full consideration of their own personal and financial circumstances.