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About the Climate Ledger Initiative

Climate change is one of the world’s most pressing problems. The Climate Ledger Initiative (“CLI”) addresses this challenge with one of the world’s most promising technological innovations; blockchain and distributed ledger technology combined with other innovative information technologies such as Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), and the use of remote sensing.

The CLI addresses policy and research questions and identifies specific innovation opportunities to contribute to climate change mitigation and adaptation and accelerate the implementation of the Paris Agreement by:

  • Providing an international platform to bring together the climate and technology communities to facilitate exchange of learnings and knowledge sharing and engage innovators
  • Enabling the testing of concepts and approaches in concrete use cases 
  • Extracting and documenting lessons learnt and making them publicly available in knowledge products and our flagship Navigating Report

About Jurg Fussler

Jürg is an international expert in climate change mitigation and adaptation. He is managing partner and member of the board of directors at the research and consultancy group INFRAS. He has long standing experience in advising utilities, industry, governments, and international financial institutions in Europe, Africa, Latin America, Central and South-East Asia, India, and China on the risks and opportunities of climate change.
From 2006–2013 he was a member of the UNFCCC CDM Executive Board’s Methodological Panel. Juerg worked 2008 – 2009 as Senior Carbon Originator at Swiss Re’s Emission Desk in London. He holds a Master’s degree in Physics from ETH Zurich and a PhD in climate change research.

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