Natural Capital Partners and ClimateCare become Climate Impact Partners and sets goal of delivering 1 billion tonnes of emissions reductions by 2030
London, 23 March 2022 - Today, Natural Capital Partners and ClimateCare, the leading specialists in quality carbon market solutions which merged in April last year, announced a rebranding as Climate Impact Partners.
The new name and identity demonstrate the company’s focus on accelerating the pace and scale of investment in high-quality, high-impact carbon reduction and removal solutions. Climate Impact Partners, which has supported more than 600 projects in 56 countries, has set a goal of delivering 1 billion tonnes of emission reductions by 2030.
“With a significant increase in interest from the private sector and investors in using climate finance to take action and reduce emissions rapidly, we have been able to deliver greater impact than ever through the highest quality climate solutions,” says Vaughan Lindsay, CEO of Climate Impact Partners. “The message is clear that when it comes to fighting climate change, we need to act with urgency, deploying all possible solutions. The carbon market is an essential part of that solution set and Climate Impact Partners will continue its leadership in delivering the highest quality impacts.”
Climate Impact Partners will be run by an operating board of directors and under the continued leadership of CEO Vaughan Lindsay, alongside Chief Financial Officer Paul Graham, Managing Director, Global Client Solutions Saskia Feast, Chief Commercial Officer Eugene Doyle, Chief Marketing Officer Rebecca Fay and Chief Commercial Officer, Americas Eric Bennett.
Climate Impact Partners is also welcoming a new Board Chair appointed by Averna Capital, Kash Pandya, CEO of Helios Towers, whose experience in rapid growth businesses and developing economies will support the business as it accelerates the pace and scale of its impact.
“The expertise of Climate Impact Partners presents a unique opportunity to make real change possible through the power and potential of the voluntary carbon market,” says Pandya. “I am thrilled to join the board and support this thriving business at a moment of such rapid growth. With my experience working in developing economies, and my work in the private sector, I am looking forward to supporting this impressive team to deliver greater scale and impact on our global climate goals.”
Natural Capital Partners and ClimateCare both began more than 20 years ago and have established their reputations by holding the highest standards of quality in the voluntary carbon market. Climate Impact Partners brings together these teams of experienced carbon market experts, an unrivalled corporate client base, global reach and industry-leading project expertise.
About Climate Impact Partners
Climate Impact Partners is a leader in developing and delivering high-quality, high-impact carbon market solutions for climate action. For more than 20 years, the company, which is committed to delivering 1 billion tonnes of CO2 reductions by 2030, has worked with climate-leading businesses to support more than 600 carbon removal and reduction projects in 56 countries. With a focus on helping to transform the global economy, improve health and livelihoods and restore a thriving planet, Climate Impact Partners develops and delivers the highest quality carbon-financed projects. It creates and manages carbon credit and energy attribute certificate portfolios that enable its clients to offset emissions they can’t yet reduce, put a price on carbon to incentivise change, and meet ambitious climate goals. Climate Impact Partners builds on the expertise, integrity, and innovation of two companies that have led the voluntary carbon market – Natural Capital Partners and ClimateCare.
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