Catalytic Philanthropy: The Gap Nature Needs Filling – Philanthropy Impact Article
A Recent Article from Philanthropy Impact Magazine by Helen Avery.
“Frustrated by the lack of progress and impact being made, Davies began to invest in early-stage companies like the Good Club and Revolution-ZERO that were providing practical and immediate reusable solutions…
After hearing about Esmée Fairbairn Foundation’s success in helping conservation groups to act quickly to acquire land Davies was inspired instead to offer something similar.
Davies explained “It was a light bulb moment. Instead of restoring land on one piece of land purchased by me, by making an interest-free loan to a conservation group to help them buy land I could potentially help restore nature on multiple parcels of land – achieving much greater impact.”
Read the full article here – starting page 16.