The Paris Agreement recognizes that Parties may engage in climate markets through decentralized, bilateral cooperative approaches to achieve their nationally determined contributions (NDCs). However...
This paper examines emerging digital technologies and architectures that could be used to enhance and connect the heterogeneous climate actions across countries and support the development of post-2020 climate markets.
A purpose-built blockchain, which increases coordination and efficiency in ethical or sustainable ecosystems, creates stories for responsibly sourced products, and unlocks innovative financing mechanisms across industries
A lack of understanding of private vs. public, and open vs. closed blockchains leads some organizations to choose private blockchain solutions, missing out on the rich possibilities a public blockchain solution offers
How TraceX’s blockchain traceability solutions empower the stakeholders in the supply chain to follow sustainable climate-resilient practices in the entire journey from the farm to fork across different value chains.