“Transparency in the allocation and distribution of resources, an active and informed society that has the capacity to transform public policies and add value to urgent decisions that affect them, as well as public management models that learn to integrate and replicate positive changes in a flexible and fast way, would be good starting points to approach regenerative & just societies,” says Anna Higueras as we speak about the DLT4EU accelerator programme together with Javier Creus.
Tag: social equity
Enabling Citizen-Power into the Circular Textiles Sector – an interview with Lynn Foster
“The Amsterdam pilot team has given some thought to the question of narratives for citizens. One is to do a simple calculation of what CO2 was saved by a citizen donating used textiles into the circular economy, and display this to the citizen in the application, understanding that citizens do care. Another is the use of tokens as rewards for donations, understanding that material incentives can also be useful in raising consciousness,” says Lynn Foster about her collaborative teamwork with the City of Amsterdam as part of the DLT4EU programme.
Fostering the Energy Transition – an interview with Alex D’Elia
“Peer-to-peer energy sharing coupled with community solar, electric vehicle charging, storage and management of the microgrid system within a decentralised governance method would be an excellent marriage of distributed ledger technologies and equity for a more sustainable and inclusive society,” says Alex D’Elia in our interview about his DLT4EU Virtual Field Lab project.
Collaborative reuse of digital devices to reduce premature recycling and foster circular consumption in the City of Sant Boi de Llobregat
“The next step is to replicate this Proof of Concept with other companies in the municipality, both product owners who dispose of devices for reuse and with refurbishing companies that collect, refurbish and distribute the devices to final users,” says David Franquesa as we speak about his teamwork with Natalia Moreno and Carles Peidró as part of the DLT4EU accelerator programme.
DLT4EU applies distributed ledger technologies for social and public good – an interview with Alice MacNeil
“For me, one of the most important characteristics of distributed ledger technologies is that they help us think really hard about how to incentivise certain organisational behaviours,” says Alice MacNeil as we speak about the DLT4EU accelerator programme.
Investing in community – an interview with Franz Hochstrasser
“Every community in the US has a few leaders that want to tackle climate change in an equitable way, we are hoping they will use our tools to become an Originator, and get started,” says Franz Hochstrasser, CEO and Co-Founder of Raise Green, and New Haven Community Solar.
Creating Nodes to Evolve a Planetary Mindset – an interview with Prof. Dr. habil. Christine Vallaster and Mag.a Cornelia Huis
“We believe in the idea of common goods, and an open source integral carbon accounting system would definitely be one. The fact, that it should be the outcome of an Open Innovation process makes it even more exciting,” says Mag.a Cornelia Huis, who engages as researcher in the Department of Marketing & Relationship Management at the Salzburg University of Applied Sciences.
The Democratization of Power – an interview with Dr. Jemma Green
“I am determined to help facilitate renewable energy projects and technology to connect and empower communities,” says Dr. Jemma Green, Cofounder & Chairman at Power Ledger, where she engages to put people at the centre of our energy future using blockchain systems.
Frame of Mind
“It is the strict adherence to daily routine that tends towards the maintanance of good morale and the preservation of sanity,” he says out loud. He has the feeling he is quoting from a book, some obsolete, ponderous directive…