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Meeting Agenda 

  • Welcoming members, including new member introductions
  • New introductions from Sherwood Moore and Montagu Murray
  • Update of the aartum website by Nova: www.aartum.io
  • SDG article by Conor Svenssonhttps://blog.web3labs.com/17-ways-blockchain-can-help-us-meet-the-united-nations-sustainable-development-goals
  • Updates from the peer programming call, where TrustID was presented: 2021-01-18 Peer Programming Call
  • The fourth quarter report for the SIG in 2020 is now due and we have template for members to add points and edits: Q4 - 2020
  • Anouncement of the SIG Chair nomination process to define the chairs for 2021. The page to write your name as an interested participant to help chairing the SIG is now posted on the wiki here: 2021 SIG Chair nomination process
  • Guest presentation from Tom Baumann and Henry Kim on Towards Ontology and Blockchain Based Measurement, Reporting and Verification for Climate Action (starting at 12 Eastern)
    • Climate action accounting, often referred to as measurement, reporting and verification (MRV) has many challenges that digital solutions can help resolve. Although blockchain in combination with IoT and other digital technologies can help to address climate data track and trace in support of climate finance and resources to support climate actions (e.g. climate-smart agriculture), there remains the basic challenge that MRV standards, and the MRV standards system itself, is fragmented and archaic. This not only a climate issue but is a major problem of “greenwashing” claims. Therefore, digital solutions also need to be leveraged to support a nextgen MRV standards system to (1) improve the interoperability and cohesiveness of the MRV standards and outputs, as well as (2) expedite a qualitity-controlled process of converting (existing and new) plain language MRV standards into MRV “smart standards” (similar to smart contracts), for example via semantic web ontologies and XBRL frameworks to bridge MRV standards with DLT-enabled solutions.
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