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About Green Capital

The firm is the private equity and venture capital arm of Pulsar Invest. It invests in logistics, transportation, agribusiness, biofuels, and in the oil and gas industry related sectors in Brazil. The firm can either acquire controlling stake or a relevant minority stake in its portfolio companies, and prefers to exit its investments through sale to a strategic investor or an IPO. It seeks to acquire companies with an enterprise value between BRL 200M and BRL 500M.

Green Capital Headquarter Location

Avenida Pres Juscelino Kubitschek 1830 Torre 3, 10º andar

Sao Paulo, 04543-900,

Brazil

55 11 2161 2400

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Latest Green Capital News

Tallinn wins the “European Green Capital 2023” title

Sep 9, 2021

0shares The Estonian capital, Tallinn, beat competition from Helsingborg, Sweden; Krakow, Poland; and Sofia, Bulgaria to become the “European Green Capital” of 2023; the competition is organised by the European Commission, the executive branch of the European Union. The winner of the competition was announced on 9 September in Lahti, Finland – the current bearer of the title. The “European Green Capital” is elected by the European Commission, recognising the efforts of cities that “preserve and improve an environment that supports both the living environment and the economy”. The “green capital” is supposed to act as a role model to other cities in sustainable development and thus improve the urban environment in European cities. The cities are assessed on twelve environmental indicators: air quality, noise, waste, water, nature and biodiversity, sustainable land use and soil, green growth and eco-innovation, climate change in mitigation, climate change in adaptation, sustainable urban mobility, energy performance and governance. Pirita district in Tallinn, Estonia. Photo by Kaupo Kalda. Sixteen cities applied Together with Tallinn, 16 cities applied for the 2023 “green capital” title: Sofia (Bulgaria), Logroño (Spain), Zagreb (Croatia), Dublin (Ireland), Cagliari (Islands of Sardinia, Italy), Warsaw, Krakow, Gdansk and Rzeszów (Poland), Skopje (Macedonia), Helsingborg (Sweden), Belgrade (Serbia), Košice (Slovakia), Gaziantep and Izmir (Turkey). Helsingborg, Krakow and Sofia reached the final with Tallinn but ultimately lost. Among the strengths of the Estonian capital, the competition’s jury pointed out “free public transport” and “brownfield reconversion”, according to the Tallinn city government. It is the first time Tallinn will bear the “European Green Capital” title. The first “European Green Capital” was awarded in 2010 and 12 cities have been awarded the title thus far: Stockholm (Sweden), Hamburg (Germany), Vitoria-Gasteiz (Spain), Nantes (France), Copenhagen (Denmark), Bristol (UK), Ljubljana (Slovenia), Essen (Germany), Nijmegen (Netherlands), Oslo (Norway), Lisbon (Portugal), Lahti (Finland) and Grenoble (France). Cover: Tallinn’s city centre. The image is illustrative. Photo by Kaupo Kalda. 0shares

Green Capital Fund History

1 Fund History

Green Capital has 1 fund, including FIP Green Capital I.

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FIP Green Capital I

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FIP Green Capital I

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