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ArticlesAdvanced emissions monitoring: another eco-application for the blockchain
Blockchain makes it possible to create a global system to manage resources including transportation and energy, reduce utility costs, improve business processes, and facilitate collaboration between countries to combat pollution. Among other things, blockchain platforms help organizations monitor greenhouse gas emissions and work together on climate action. Platforms and infrastructures based on decentralized technology are growing rapidly.
A key feature of blockchain is its decentralized management, which enables the creation of global networks of foundations, institutions, and even countries to effectively monitor and manage resources. Several projects are already attempting to unify CO2 emissions monitoring within a distributed registry.

Using blockchain to monitor greenhouse gas emissions offers six key benefits:

traceability and open access to data;
lower costs through process automation;
transparent financial flows and efficient climate financing;
improved accountability and the ability to measure climate policy effectiveness across individual companies, collaborations, states, and government associations;
simplified offsets trading;
avoidance of human error in data collection.

A global emissions monitoring system would collect CO2 footprint data in a single, distributed, georeferenced information hub. CO2 monitoring data flow directly from co
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