NACTIVA creation wouldn’t be possible without Palladium’s wide experience in Natural Capital and Positive Impact projects. For nearly 60 years, Palladiums has been in the business of making the world a better place. And their major value is to believe that collaborative models and systemic approaches are the way to achieve progress and success. Since their start, they have been helping their clients to see the world as interconnected- by formulating strategies, building partnerships, mobilizing capital, and implementing programs that have a lasting social and financial impact.
With this vision, Palladium helps organizations to enhance their results through sustainable commercial and profitable strategies, with the strong believe that it’s no longer enough to pursue social progress or commercial growth. In fact, they don’t believe you can have one without the other. When you have both, that’s what Palladium calls “Positive Impact”.
With a global network operating in over 90 countries, in 2022 Palladium, with its projects, reached 75 million beneficiaries in a direct and indirect way. It mobilized around 1,800 million euros of public and private capital for positive interventions. Moreover, Palladium had 2 million hectares under management for protection and restauration in different geographies.
The company counts with a wide experience stablishing coalitions for territory protection and regeneration development projects. Those are some examples, among others:
- Revere: Revere is delivered through a partnership between Palladium and the UK National Parks. It catalyzes private finance to restore the UK’s 15 National Parks at the scale and pace needed to tackle the climate emergency and biodiversity crisis.
- Partnership for Forests: Catalyzes investments in which the private sector, public sector and communities can achieve shared value from sustainable forests and sustainable land use. The cumulative investment catalyzed reaches 900 million euros and the project has 4 million hectares under sustainable use in East, West and Central Africa, South-East Asia and Latin America.
- Rebuild: is a finance facility that supports sustainable cocoa and coffee businesses in East and West Africa. We provide capital to protect at-risk value chains and to safeguard the incomes of forest-dependent communities.
With funding from the German Federal Ministry for Environment, Nature Conservation, Nuclear Safety and Consumer Protection (BMUV), Rebuild’s portfolio spans 5 countries – Ethiopia, Uganda, Kenya, Ghana, and Cote d’Ivoire.