Panelists at the recent MENA Climate Week 2022 examined how blockchain technology can contribute to green initiatives.

Hosted by the United Arab Emirates Ministry of Climate Change and Environment, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority, and 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 promote climate action using digital innovations.

In one session, a hybrid panel of experts in blockchain and climate action discussed how blockchain use cases could contribute to a greener future in the Middle East, North Africa and globally.

The session, titled “Transformative Climate Action through Digitalization: Blockchain Technologies,” featured insights from prominent blockchain figures Marwan Al Zarouni of the Dubai Blockchain Centre, Jane Thomason of the British Blockchain and Frontier Technology Association, and Cointelegraph’s own editor-in-chief, Kristina Lucrezia Cornèr.

Panel members of the “Transformative Climate Action through Digitalization: Blockchain Technologies” session at MENA Climate Week.

The blockchain figures were joined by climate advocates Sami Dimassi of the UN Environment Programme; Miroslav Polzer of IAAI; Tia Kansara of Replenish Earth; Princess Abze Djigma of Burkina Faso, who is also a member of the African Union and European Union Digital Economy Task Force; Massamba Thioye of the UNFCCC Global Innovation Hub; and youth climate action leader Ameera Al Haranki. Each shared their perspective and knowledge on how…

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