Climate Change Capital

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Climate Change Capital
Type Private Limited Company
Industry Carbon Finance, Private Equity, Property, Energy Infrastructure, M&A, Corporate and Project Finance Advice
Founded 2003
Headquarters London, United Kingdom
Area served Worldwide, predominately Europe and Asia
Products Investments, Funds Management, Advice on Corporate Finance, Project Finance and M&A Transactions

Climate Change Capital (CCC) is a private asset management and advisory group authorized and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority in the UK. CCC was founded in 2003 with a mission to channel capital into the solutions to climate change and resource depletion.


The company established an Advisory group in 2004 that provides financial, strategic and policy advice to energy-intensive industries, financial institutions, cleantech companies and governments.

The asset management business, which was established in 2005, includes: a carbon finance fund that invests in emission reduction projects, predominantly in developing countries; a Private Equity fund that invests in late stage technology and services companies headquartered in Europe and a property fund that buys commercial green buildings or retrofits existing commercial properties in the United Kingdom.

The company's think tank was established in 2009 to promote discussion of how capital can be deployed to mitigate and adapt to climate change.


In April 2012, Bunge Ltd acquired 100% of Climate Change Capital Group Limited.[1] The parent company of Climate Change Capital, Bunge Ltd is a global agribusiness and food company founded in 1818 with over 35,000 employees in more than 40 countries.

Senior management[edit]

Climate Change Capital’s Chairman is James Cameron, a member of General Electric 's ecomagination board, Vice-Chair of the World Economic Forum's Global Agenda Council on Measuring Sustainability and its Advisory Board of the Global Competitiveness Index, a trustee member of the UK Green Building Council and the Carbon Disclosure Project . He was also a member of the UK Prime Minister's Business Advisory Group (2010-2012) and the Green Investment Bank Commission (2010).

Climate Change Capital's Chief Executive Officer is Alfred Evans. He is also responsible for the Bunge Environmental Markets team. Prior to joining Bunge, Alfred was employed by GE Energy Services, Cargill's Financial Markets Group and Clifford Chance and the US Environmental Protection Agency .


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