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In the spotlight: Fair Capital Partners in TV programme VPRO Tegenlicht: ‘Green money’.

VPRO Tegenlicht’s broadcast on 28 February 2021 was all about ‘green money’. In the programme, Fair Capital Partners’ Jan Willem Nieuwenhuys and Jasper Snoek share their views on the role money can play in making our world a greener place.

A sustainable future is neither feasible nor affordable

It was Sustainable Tuesday last week. This sustainability 'Budget Day' has brought together politicians and innovators for 23 years in...
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Climate change will no longer take us unawares

‘When I’m older, I’m going to buy a houseboat with 10 floors where the whole family can live. And where...
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Are slow travel holidays gaining traction?

Are slow travel holidays gaining traction? As a teenager and student I liked to travel by train. I found it...
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Joining the coffee revolution

Joining the coffee revolution I’ve been dreaming about a good espresso machine for a while. A machine for which you...
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Tiles out, come on with the green!

Tiles out, come on with the green! In the Belgian town of Lier, 30 families were ordered to take the...
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There’s a sustainable alternative for everything you need

There’s a sustainable alternative for everything you need What is the mission of your platform? This question was asked by...
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Setbacks, perseverance and success in the end

Setbacks, perseverance and success in the end A long time ago, I fell in love with a house on the...
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Paper made from stone and wood in a lab

Paper made from stone and wood in a lab I have a huge map of the world in my house....
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A second life for fruit and vegetable waste

A second life for fruit and vegetable waste “Shall we throw it away now, or put it in the fridge...
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Is second-hand going to be the new normal?

Is second-hand going to be the new normal? Households have an average of 20,000 personal belongings - many of which...
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There’s an urgent need to fundamentally change the economy across the globe. The depletion of natural resources is exhausting the planet. At the same time, carbon emissions and other greenhouse gases are causing climate change. Many of the world’s people cannot take part in the much-needed transition to a more sustainable economy. Elsewhere, climate change has rendered it impossible for people to sustain a livelihood, forcing them to migrate. To improve this situation, and to prevent things from getting worse, it’s vital that we create a sustainable, circular economy as soon as possible.