There is a famous quote by Mahatma Gandhi – “Earth provides enough to satisfy every man’s need, but not every man’s greed”. We all agree that there should be economic progression but not at the cost of environmental degradation. There should be a balance between environmental sustenance and economic advancement. We cannot continue to pollute the atmosphere, poison the ocean and exhaust the land. This isn’t any more available.
In the post-pandemic era, the importance of food traceability is growing in magnitude. Consumers want to know everything about the journey of their food from the farm to their tables. People want to know about the ingredients, chemicals, fertilizers, pesticides and other additives that go into producing their food, including the geo-location from where the foods have been sourced. That’s where traceability comes in.
IPCC AR 6 identified digitalisation as one of the reasons to expect a fast energy transition. It cited it as one of three megatrends that are transforming the delivery of services in innovative ways. Emerging digital technologies, such as distributed ledger technologies (DLTs) and blockchain, have the potential to unlock and accelerate global actions toward the Paris Agreement and the SDGs.
Egypt is hosting the UN Climate Summit COP 27 from November 6 to November 18, 2022, in Sharm El Sheikh, with financing for climate change mitigation and adaptation high on the agenda.
According to the International Monetary (IMF) Fund, the investor appetite for sustainable finance incorporating ESG principles has mainly concentrated in advanced economies, but emerging markets reported a surge last year.
While realizing the climate system, we must recognize that we are not dealing with something tangible. Climate is not to be seen outside the window; the climate is not the weather, and it is a collection of data and patterns in a statistical construct.
Can I be blamed for climate change? As an individual, do I contribute to this? As an Individual, can I do something to reduce my carbon footprint?
Whether Technology Evolution fueling Human Evolution or Vice versa? It seems both of the statements are correct. Technology aids our belief, enabling Trust and helping us make quicker thoughtful decisions.
Technology cannot be an “exclusive” tagging and monopoly for a few classes, and Technology should aid Humanity and create a more meaningful life for everyone. Hence Technology for all.
Innovation is no more just a Buzzword, and often It takes time to translate Innovation into an organisation’s growth. What started as an Idea in the year 2019, creating a tech platform to address the critical challenges of traceability, pivoted to the creation of three interdependent tech stacks in dMRV, web2 and web3 and addressing the more significant global challenges.
Building climate resilience without climate adaptation and climate action is not possible. Accelerating climate adaptation equals making climate risks factoring and making those risks visible and responding to business decisions and government, supporting locally led transformation and mobilising finance for climate-resilient solutions.
TRST01 new dimension “Consulting” on climate change, welcoming new ideas re-aligning the Innovation and Approach methodologies, Creating more unique digitisation opportunities on Climate Action, moreover creating a Global Carbon Consciousness
A regenerative Economy means moving away from extractive business models and unlocking the potential for positive contributions to climate, Nature and society.
Regenerative Value translation through a secure distributed decentralized mode is ReFi.