Blockchain for a Healthy Climate
Putting the Paris Agreement on the blockchain
Using blockchain technology to connect the National Carbon Accounts of all countries in the world, this project enables cross-border collaboration on investment in emissions reductions. Building on the public blockchain greatly improves accessibility, transparency and ease of use - democratizing this critical aspect of the future economy.
Joseph Pallant, Community Scholar, Blockchain for Climate
Joseph Pallant develops real, on the ground emissions reductions projects that benefit society and the environment. He founded the Blockchain for Climate Foundation to “put the Paris Agreement on the blockchain.” Joseph holds an MBA degree from INSEEC, Paris, France, a post graduate diploma in Latin American Management from the McRae Institute of International Management (Capilano College) and a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and Environmental Studies from the University of Victoria. His contributions as a member of International Emissions Trading Association, and attendee at the Montreal, Copenhagen and Paris UN Climate conferences add both context and vision to his work for climate solutions.
Image Credit: Arnaud Bouissou – MEDDE / SG COP21