DAO IPCI Team, Blockchain Climate Institute (BCI) together with Coalition for Our Common Future (COCF) and Small and Medium Scale Entrepreneurship Fundamentals Foundation (SMEFUNDS) applied for UNFCCC COP24 side-event “Decentralized Integrity. Public Blockchain Cases for Carbon Markets and Sustainable and Inclusive Financing”.

The event is dedicated to using blockchain to increase climate ambition and accelerate the implementation of the Paris Agreement.

The measures to halt global warming are generally considered to be some of the most important civilizational challenges and a prerequisite for the implementation of the principles and objectives of sustainable development. The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and its annual Conferences of the Parties (COPs), which constitute the main decision-making body of the Convention, are the most important instrument of international cooperation in the field of tackling the impacts of climate change.

Climate change is a global issue with a large variety of parties and can be resolved on the decentralized, P2P and public basis. Instruments to mitigate climate change include the UNFCCC Paris Agreement concepts. These instruments will become the focus of the discussion.

Speakers: James Close (BCI) and Alastair Marke, Katherine A. Foster (BCI/BLOC), Sang-Hyup Kim and Soo-Young Lee (COCF), Femi Oye (SMEFUNDS), Anton Galenovich (DAO IPCI) plus leading Blockchain practitioners.

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