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8 ways blockchain can be an environmental game-changer

Blockchain could one day be used to monitor ocean resources and allocate fishing rights. Image: REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol

Dr Celine Herweijer

Group Chief Sustainability Officer, HSBC

Jahda Swanborough

Lead, Environment Initiatives, Environment Initiatives,World Economic Forum

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