MENA Climate Week notes blockchain's potential for climate action

MENA Climate Week notes blockchain's potential for climate action

Panelists at the MENA Climate Week discuss shifting regulations, technological evolution and increasing awareness and collaboration between the blockchain and climate communities. Panelists at the recent MENA Climate Week 2022 examined how blockchain technology can contribute to green initiatives.Hosted by Dubai’s Ministry of Climate Change and Environment, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority, and the World Green Economy Organization along with various institutions under the United Nations Environment Programme and in partnership with renewable energy groups, the event explored how to....


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