Comments Off on Can this startup use blockchain to brew up more sustainable coffee?
A new venture, bext360, has developed a system that verifies beans using smart image recognition. The technology may allow buyers to track provenance of crops more closely, while promising faster payments for local farmers.
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Can this startup use blockchain to brew up more sustainable coffee?
Comments Off on More blockchain experiments that could unlock innovation
More than 200 potential applications are in the energy sector alone. Plus, don’t overlook emerging models for self-driving vehicles and tracing lumber.
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More blockchain experiments that could unlock innovation
Comments Off on What blockchain can do for the environment
The digital technology behind bitcoin is poised to revolutionize how we certify sustainability, use renewable energy and more.
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What blockchain can do for the environment
Comments Off on If all paper cannot be made from 100% recycled fiber, what should we use?
Recycling paper was one of the earliest and most important actions individuals and companies took to treat our natural world more gently.But despite great advances in paper recycling, we don’t have enough recycled paper fiber to go around.So, if we cannot make every new product from recycled paper, which products should be made from recycled and which should use sustainably grown new fiber?A new tool is being developed to help answer that question. But first, let’s explain why we need it in the first place.
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If all paper cannot be made from 100% recycled fiber, what should we use?
Comments Off on Episode 56: Blockchain for supply chains; Al Gore’s 24 Hours of Reality
This week’s GreenBiz 350 podcast: Sustainability reporting in stock exchanges, and IBM vies to be the keeper of the blockchain.
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Episode 56: Blockchain for supply chains; Al Gore’s 24 Hours of Reality
Comments Off on How Samsung, Dell are reinventing IT products
In their circular economy efforts, two tech giants lower their carbon footprints while innovating with longer-living products.
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How Samsung, Dell are reinventing IT products
Comments Off on Why IBM sees blockchain as a breakthrough for traceability
The tech giant is behind two intriguing supply chain projects, with more to come.
Comments Off on How Dow Chemical is taking on the SDGs
The chemical company formulates plans for “redefining the role of business in society.”
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How Dow Chemical is taking on the SDGs
Comments Off on Could blockchain streamline distributed generation?
Analyst Stuart Ravens discusses whether energy utilities have missed the wagon on blockchain technology.
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Could blockchain streamline distributed generation?
Comments Off on Episode 47: Blockchain, green banks and beyond
This week on the GreenBiz 350 podcast: What blockchain has to do with sustainability, the rise of green banks and what’s next for the Internet of Things.
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Episode 47: Blockchain, green banks and beyond