- About Us
Net Present Value explores the intersection of money, meaning, our impact and the legacy we create. Was focused on Impact, Income and Return in the context of real estate and impact investing but now 100% focused on using the power to the private markets to slow global warming and reverse climate change.Carbon reduction and carbon removal is important and needed but so are intact ecosystems, habitat and biodiversity. If we destroy much more of our functioning natural systems it won't really matter how much carbon we remove. The water cycles won't work and the Five Kingdom carbon cycle won't work either.It seems natural, no pun intended, that nature has to be a part of any serious climate plan.NPV is hosted by TMO aka Thomas Morgan, CCIM who sits at the intersection of the conservation/climate conundrum and why people and org’s invest in something. TMO is using his $1.2B worth of investment experience to help solve climate change.TMO says:"My background is naturally suited for this overlap: I’ve stood at the edge of a Chinese dam at a large river in the Nepal Himalaya, seen the oil pipelines across the Ecuadorian mountains and jungle, been in the depths of Victoria Falls on the Zambezi which is also being threatened with a dam; see the pines in the Mountain West dying from Beetle Kill and have been on pre-evac from my home twice in the last three years due to massive wildfires. On the flip side, I have worked with hundreds of high net worth clients, read thousands of leases, know why a corporation leases real estate rather than owns it, why an investor buys it and how they value it, and how lenders do the same. And I'm applying all of this to conservation and the climate crisis."This show is brought to you by compound.global, an impact investment studio and climatecabin.com a climate networking and investing group. We ask: “What good shall I do this day?" (B. Franklin) What the F are you doing?New book: COMPOUND Capital: Investing to protect your family, secure your legacy, save the planet, and promote peace.