Karl SchultzClimate Chain Coalition / INATBA Social Impact and Sustainability WG
Merav OzairFinTech Faculty member / Rutgers Business School / INATBA AAB Member
Dr. Merav Ozair is a data scientist, a quant strategist and a Crypto/Blockchain expert. She has in-depth knowledge and experience in global financial markets and its market microstructure. Currently, Dr. Ozair applies her unique expertise to researching and investigating Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) and Blockchain ecosystem, digital assets, crypto markets and specifically, Decentralized Finance (DeFi) space. She has been developing innovative methodologies to evaluate digital assets and crypto markets, including cryptocurrency indexes, valuation metrics, ratings and tokenized products; and of particular focus – researching/developing various DLT and DeFi solutions, including Decentralized Identity, and Decentralized Trust Privacy and Security.
Dr. Ozair is a FinTech Faculty member at Rutgers Business School (RBS). At RBS she has developed and teaches courses on blockchain and digital assets for both undergrads and graduate level; and is the Research Director of RBS Blockchain Hub. She serves as an Advisor and Researcher at the Rutgers Blockchain and FinTech Collaboratory; and is an Affiliated professor at Rutgers Law School, focusing on DeFi.
She has been frequently interviewed by world-wide media, such as BBC, ABC, yahoo!, RIA Intel, etc.
Dr. Ozair is the Editor-in-Chief of the World Scientific Series in FinTech at World Scientific Publishing, and is writing a series of books on Blockchain, Digital Assets and DeFi.
She is a member of Academic Advisory Body at INATBA (International Association for Trusted Blockchain Applications) and serves on the Advisory Board of EQM Indexes – Blockchain Index Committee; she holds a PhD from Stern Business School at NYU.
- Apr 25 2022
- 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
- Climate Action
Developing Effective Solutions to Bridge the Adaptation Gap
With a growing set of climate change-induced impacts affecting human and environmental systems, adaptation to these changes is increasingly needed. However, society in general is mostly unaware of the required actions beyond mitigation. Stakeholders lack a ‘toolkit’ that provides resources on analytical, financial and operational technologies, particularly related to adaptation. This is particularly true for blockchain technology, despite its potential to offer groundbreaking solutions for the climatically vulnerable.
The Social Impact and Sustainability Working Group is organising an event in connection with the release of its latest paper Blockchain and the Climate Adaptation Imperative: Developing Effective Solutions to Bridge the Adaptation Gap.
Register here if you want to attend this event.
- Welcome – Bara Greplova, INATBA
- Presentation on the key findings from the Climate Adaptation report – Karl Schultz
- Presentation on the topic of ESG as it relates to blockchain and climate adaptation – Merav Ozair
- Q&A – Bara Greplova, INATBA