How blockchain technology is transforming climate action
The United Nations Climate Change Conference in November 2021, known as COP26, in Glasgow, Scotland calls on the world to commit to limiting its contribution to carbon emissions. Gain a net-zero The world in less than 30 years is causing more people to turn to blockchain technology, buying carbon offsets and sparking new interest in carbon capture.
The United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) has identify Transparency, clean energy, carbon markets, and climate finance are areas where blockchain technology can drive climate action. At the 2017 Paris Summit, the United Nations Climate Change Secretariat joined a group of multi-stakeholder organizations to establish an open global initiative, the Climate Chain Alliance, signaled its early support for blockchain for climate.
Jane Thomason is the chairman of Kasei Holdings, an investment firm specializing in the digital asset ecosystem. She holds a PhD from the University of Queensland and has had many roles with the UK Blockchain & Frontiers Association, Blockchain Institute Kerala, Blockchain Center Africa, UCL Center for Blockchain Technology, Frontiers in Blockchain and Fintech Diversity Radar. She has written many books and articles on blockchain technology. She has been featured in Crypto Curry Club’s 101 Women in Blockchain, the Digital Consortium’s Top 10 Women of the Decade, Lattice80’s Top 100 Fintechs for SDG Influencers, and 50 Leaders Thinkers360 Global Leader and Influencer on Blockchain.