Earth Capital Corporate Overview

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Earth Capital Partners LLP trades as ‘Earth Capital’ (EC) and was founded in 2008.
EC is part of Earth Capital Holdings, which was founded by Stephen Lansdown and Gordon Power, its constituent firms manage over $1.5bn in Sustainable Private Equity assets. EC has offices in Beijing, Guernsey, Hong Kong, London and Rio de Janeiro.

EC is a private equity investment manager totally focused towards Sustainability, investing capital into growth, renewable energy and efficiency infrastructure opportunities. We invest globally in companies and infrastructure which address the challenges of Sustainable Development such as climate change, energy security, food and water security. We focus on the commercialisation and deployment of proven, sustainable technologies, in various industries including: agriculture, clean industry, energy generation, resource and energy efficiency, waste and water.

Our Sustainability impact is measured through the Earth Dividend™, which provides an annual measure of the contribution to Sustainable Development. The Earth Dividend™ has been developed by EC’s in-house Sustainability specialists following a detailed benchmark of international best practice approaches to the assessment, reporting and assurance of Environmental Social and Governance issues.

Earth Capital (EC) seeks to build on the work of the Brundtland Commission by investing exclusively in sustainable technologies and infrastructure.

Sustainability: “Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs” – Brundtland Report 1987

EC is committed to ensuring that all its activities are delivered responsibly and with integrity. The firm strongly believes in promoting diversity and creating an inclusive culture for all its employees, investors and investee companies.

For further details, please visit or call us on +44 207811 4500.

OC Public Works – 2018 Major Capital Projects Overview

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A snapshot of only a few of the major infrastructure projects that OC Public Works managed in 2018. Delivering milestone projects from large roadways like the La Pata Avenue Extension to addressing homelessness with the Bridges of Kraemer Place facility, and from building a new, state-of-the-art animal care facility to improving energy efficiency and customer service through our Central Utility Facility and Civic Center Facilities Strategic Plan.

Beijing smog: Chinese capital turns to ventilation corridors to help with ‘Smogpocalypse’ – TomoNews

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BEIJING — China’s capital city is planning ventilation corridors to tackle the country’s air pollution.

Densely populated cities tend to generate more energy and waste heat. This results in a much warmer urban environment than in surrounding rural areas, according to National Geographic.

Xinhua reports that Beijing saw its worst smog spell from November to December of 2015, blocking views across the city and prompting authorities to issue a red alert warning. Measures to curb pollution have led to air quality improving only marginally, with 186 days of ‘up to par’ air quality in 2015, up 14 days from 172 in 2014, Xinhua reported, citing data from the Chinese Ministry of Environmental Protection.

To reduce smog, the capital is planning to build ventilation corridors. These are designed to relieve a city’s heat and pollution by improving urban wind flow.

The corridors will be created by connecting parks, rivers, lakes, highways and small building blocks. Five primary corridors — over 500 meters wide — will run from the northern suburbs to the south. Secondary corridors, measuring more than 80 meters, are also planned. The corridors will reportedly allow northern winds to blow through Beijing during severe winter smog spells.


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