The highlights of Cryptocurrency sustainability and green solutions at COP26

The highlights of Cryptocurrency sustainability and green solutions at COP26

The highlights of Cryptocurrency sustainability and green solutions at COP26

The highlights of Cryptocurrency sustainability and green solutions at COP26

At the COP26 Summit, the Editor-in-Chief of Cointelegraph shared her expert insights into the potential impact of the crypto community on environmental initiatives.

Cointelegraph Editor-in-Chief Kristina Cornèr spoke at the United Nations Climate Change Conference known as COP26 in Glasgow, Scotland, on Tuesday about the positive impact of the crypto ecosystem on environmental goals.



After hosting a panel discussion at the Web Summit in Lisbon last week, Cornell arrived in Scotland’s second-largest city, implementing Bitcoin (BTC) mining by building interoperable relationships among people and technology. We talked about a wide range of topics, including their impacts.

Commenting on the discrepancy between the implementation of climate change initiatives between the traditional energy sector and the crypto community, Cornell argued that the emergence of new technologies would provide an opportunity to learn:

“Decentralization is a substitute to campanilism, a word which means parochialism in the English language. This is a local, small mindset versus a global vision of a decentralized globe.”

Prior to switching to the crypto sector, Cornèr laid a brilliant background in the environmental sector as a communications manager for the French Business Alliance working on Energy Efficiency and Ecology. She studied international energy policy and green technology as a researcher at the ENERPO Center centered in a university in Europe.

She often talks about hypocritical tendencies at global conferences and summits advocating universal behavioral changes at the consumer level rather than government or corporate behavior:

“The key to major historical change is not a complete change or change, but a new synergy between people, technology and education.”

Germanwatch, a non-profit environmental group, has released the latest version of its annual Climate Change Performance Index 2022. Expert judges spoke to audiences around the world about the performance of 60 countries, which account for 92% of global emissions.

Rather than recognizing the future potential of energy efficiency, Cornell described the implications of misunderstandings and early flaws surrounding Bitcoin’s mining activities and damaging the early industry mentioning:

“Of course, there are pitfalls all over in the industry, yet we are on the road to creating greener solutions. What really matters in blockchain space is the preparation of people to think and seek solutions in new ways. The climate coalition is a good example for this.”

Crypto Climate Accord is aiming to create a unified approach to support sustainability and promise net carbon emissions by 2030 over 150 in the crypto, blockchain, technology and energy industries. It is an environmental initiative that brings companies together. Notable participants include Consensys, Web3 Foundation, Ripple, Near Protocol and Pixl8.

She shared a unifying message about the inherent value of humanity, amid the rise in technology, in securing the future prosperity of Earth’s ecosystem in order to conclude her speech:

“The crypto community is ambitious, daring and full of potential and Innovation is all about synergy. It is beyond technology and about us.”

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