The Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance (CCAF) and the Digital Assets Programme (DAP) featured in this article about reconciling digitalisation with decarbonisation.
The 26th UN Climate Change Conference held in Glasgow in November 2021 partially addressed the issue of reconciling digitalisation and decarbonisation; it set a precedent and the opportunity to be addressed by the G20. One of the first problems to highlight and solve is how to measure these effects. An initial solution is to build a neutral and professional body, such as the CCAF, an ongoing project created and maintained by the DAP at the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance, dedicated to analysing the Bitcoin network power demand, the article says.
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