Anik Kohli Manager of the governance project of the Climate Ledger Initiative, research and consultancy group INFRASAnik KohliManager of the governance project of the Climate Ledger Initiative, research and consultancy group INFRAS
Jan Stockhausen (Q&A)Chief Legal Architect, Etherisc
Jörn Erbguth Head of Technology Insights at Geneva Macro Labs and Lecturer at the University of St. Gallen, University of Lucerne and Geneva School of DiplomacyJörn ErbguthHead of Technology Insights at Geneva Macro Labs and Lecturer at the University of St. Gallen, University of Lucerne and Geneva School of Diplomacy
Marc Taverner INATBA Executive Director. Former Global Ambassador & Markets Development, Bitfury. U.K.Marc TavernerINATBA Executive Director. Former Global Ambassador & Markets Development, Bitfury. U.K.
Marc Taverner is an Executive Director of the International Association of Trusted
Blockchain Applications (INATBA) – one of the largest multi-stakeholder blockchain
Marc joined INATBA in 2020 as the first Executive Director and since then has been
successfully leading the association with over 170+ companies, government officials, policy officers, regulators & legislators.
With over 20 years of experience working across the globe in fast-paced, lean
organizations, Marc brings a set of unique skills gained from a career in a mix of
start-ups and industry leaders, building teams and driving growth. Prior to joining
INATBA, Marc spent six years working with one of the original and largest crypto
mining companies, chip manufacturers, and blockchain solutions providers – Bitfury.
Marc also works as an independent consultant and advisor to international
technology companies at Bluesphere Solutions.
He holds BA with honours in European Business in Finance and Business Studies
from Brunel University London and ESC Clermont Business School respectively.
Marianna Belotti INATBA co-chair of the Governance Working Group, Blockchain Engineer, Blockchain et Cryptoassets Program, Group Caisse des DépôtsMarianna BelottiINATBA co-chair of the Governance Working Group, Blockchain Engineer, Blockchain et Cryptoassets Program, Group Caisse des Dépôts
Paolo Giudici (Q&A)INATBA AAB Member
Piet Kleffmann (Q&A)Head of TruBudget Task Force, KfW Development Bank
Susan David Carevic (Q&A) IT Officer, Carbon Markets and Innovation, Climate Change Group at The World BankSusan David Carevic (Q&A)IT Officer, Carbon Markets and Innovation, Climate Change Group at The World Bank
Sven Braden (Moderator)Program Director, Climate Ledger Initiative
- Jun 15 2021
- 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
- Blockchain for Climate Action,
- Blockchain Governance
Blockchain for Climate Action and the Governance Challenge
Blockchain is an innovative technology with broad potential, including facilitating climate action initiatives like those outlined in the Paris Agreement. What are the challenges associated with these applications and how does governance play a role?
This event followed up INATBA’s Climate Action Working Group report, co-written with Climate Ledger Initiative, on governance challenges central to blockchain-based climate actions.
The report authors discussed the report findings, including use cases and conclusions about the role of governance in this technological application.
Jan Stockhausen from Etherisc and Susan David Carevic were present to answer questions about the Kenya Weather Insurance and World Bank Climate Warehouse use cases.
Agenda (subject to change):
16:00-16:15 Welcoming and short introduction (Marc Taverner and Sven Braden)
16:15-16:30 Governance at the international level (Anik Kohli)
16:30-16:45 Governance at the blockchain level (Marianna Belotti)
16:45-17:00 Governance at the national level (Jörn Erbguth)
17:00-17:30 Q&A and Discussion (incl. use case representatives Susan David Carevic, Piet Kleffmann and Jan Stockhausen)
Find a recap of this event here.