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How Web3 could help tackle climate change using regenerative finance - or 'ReFi'

Web3 technologies are already being used to counter deforestation and climate change in a decentralized, and community-driven way. Image: REUTERS/Clement Uwiringiyimana

Evin Cheikosman

Policy Analyst, Crypto Impact and Sustainability Accelerator, World Economic Forum

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Blockchain and other Web3 technologies can be used to complement or implement restorative and regenerative ecological initiatives. Image: Bill Reed, Regenesis's

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