From cookstoves to carbon markets: how blockchain is supercharging sustainability

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According to Alastair Marke, director general of the Blockchain Climate Institute. “It’s the Holy Grail for implementation of various climate change policies, including renewable energy deployment, carbon markets, international financial transfers and enforcement of climate regulations.”

Supply chain transparency is one area where companies see great potential for blockchain.

Blockchain also facilitates distributed energy generation by allowing consumers to buy and sell their own energy.
An exerpt from EthicalCorporation