To us, climate resilience means focusing on individuals and communities who are already impacted by climate change and ensuring that the least powerful stakeholders — those who are often the most impacted — have the ability to cope with the effects of climate change, to overcome a climate shock, and ultimately, to thrive despite these impacts.
The urgency and scale of this crisis calls for urgent and scalable solutions, and so, over the past two years, there has been a surge of companies and initiatives leveraging Web3 and blockchain to confront climate change. We’re already seeing how blockchain can enable supply chain traceability and digital property rights, how decentralized autonomous organizations can de-incentivize carbon use and incentivize climate action, and how investors can play a crucial role in regenerative finance structures.
But what does this mean for emerging markets? How can we break through the hype of the Web3 movement to provide tangible results for the planet, and those most impacted by climate change?
While Web3 is not a silver bullet, we are excited about the transformative potential of the technology. We convened some of the world’s most exciting founders working at the frontiers of this space to talk through ways that Web3 can create real impact on individuals and communities.
Watch our Skoll World Forum 2022 Ecosystem Event with Gregory Landua — Co-founder and Co-Chief Regeneration Office at Regen Network, Luis Adaime — Founder and CEO of Moss.Earth, Rose Goslinga — Co-CEO and Co-Founder of Pula Advisors, and Louise Borreani — Curve Labs ReFi Researcher.
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