WHO IS INTRUST GLOBAL?
An interdisciplinary team that works on the creation and implementation of innovative ecosystems for sustainable development.
To create sustainable ecosystems in connection with communities and investors through a business model with high social and financial return, while promoting the development of Mexico and Latin America.
To position our business model as an international benchmark for innovation and sustainable development, as we generate a multiplying effect for social and economic development.
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS
From the very start, we have worked on finding solutions for economic development accompanied by social development, that is why our work is intimately aligned with the United Nation’s efforts for the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals.
AWARDS AND ALLIANCES
The Inter-American Development Bank awarded Intrust’s INDI Fund with the “Beyondbanking Award” for the Most Socially Responsible Investment in Latin America.
WHO DO WE WORK WITH?
All sectors involved in the development of clean energy, through partnerships with local and state governments, rural and indigenous communities, universities and other academic centers.
HOW DO WE DO OUR WORK?
By developing innovative ecosystems that bring together social sectors, leaving a high positive impact on the community.
OUR WORK IN ACTION
Is it possible to develop social projects that are efficient, sustainable and highly profitable while favoring communities?
Through the Applied Leadership Program in Renewable Energies and Energy Efficiency in Mexico, in which there were linked: universities, technological institutes, rural communities, private sector and government, the story of three program participants was collected in the documentary film Paradigm Shift, as they managed to design and implement renewable energy projects in their communities.
A project developed by InTrust Global Investments along with the Center for Health and the Global Environment of Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health, and Mexico’s Ministry of Energy.