Blockchain technology can make supply chains more transparent and verifiable. Cleantech21 helped develop REDD-Chain, a modern implementation of measurement & verification that supports the United Nations’ Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation (REDD+) program. We envision using similar technology to improve the transparency of other environmental initiatives.
The Blockchain for Social Impact Coalition is an initiative of ConsenSys, a global formation of technologists and entrepreneurs building the infrastructure, applications, and practices to enable a decentralized world.
Currently, the coalition consists of 58 organizations ranging from enterprise to social impact investor and a significant number of social entrepreneurs around the world in Geneva, Glasgow, London to New York, San Francisco and DC solving the world’s most challenging problems that affect the bottom of the pyramid populations in Nigeria, Syria and Moldova.