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Who should join the IPI?

Companies and organisations of any size that rely on an agricultural supply chain for their goods or services.

On-the-ground practitioners such as project developers and impact investors.

Why become a member?

Join leading international companies such as Kering, Nespresso and L’Oréal that are furthering momentum on climate action, demonstrating the case for nature and insetting, and delivering systemic change towards the SDGs.

By joining us, you will:

Access valuable experience and expertise of IPI members and partners
Take part in events such as webinars, workshops and conferences organised by the IPI and its partners

Address challenges and receive help through access to tools, resources and joint stakeholder engagement

Share proven practices and innovative approaches

Drive recognition of interventions and investments

Discuss advocacy and partnerships
Collaborate to scale impact

The community is made for and driven by its members, and the participation of members guides priorities, workstreams, activities and strategic partnerships. Each member decides on their level of engagement in the workstreams and any additional resources to bring into the IPI beyond their annual membership fee.

To become a member of the IPI, an organisation has to demonstrate its ambition to invest in nature, for example through a public commitment it has made, and has to demonstrate having implemented nature-based solutions within its value chain. There is also a membership form to fill out and any new application for membership is reviewed and has to be accepted by the IPI Board.

Become a member

Join us in taking climate action, reversing nature loss and delivering systemic change towards the SDGs.

Promote Insetting

Include insetting as part of your presentation on nature-based solutions and addressing the climate and nature crisis.

Become A Partner

Join us in our goal to achieve scaled positive impact towards the Sustainable Development Goals and Paris Agreement through valuing and protecting nature.

The IPI is a registered LOI 1901 in France
Address: 4 rue de la Pierre Levée
75011 Paris, France