The Sustainable Blockchain Summit aims to drive projects that align the global economy with the natural world.
We bring together experts and enthusiasts in ReFi, Energy Systems, Carbon Markets, and Cryptoeconomics for discussions and networking. We will explore ways to reduce the environmental impact of blockchains, use web3 tools to regenerate the natural world, improve governance to benefit those affected by climate change, and broaden our ambitions to include all planetary boundaries. Join the world’s premiere forum at the intersection of web3 and the biosphere to help us answer these questions together.
SBS will feature a diverse range of speakers, including representatives from the UNFCCC, legacy energy industry leaders, NGO's, experts in ESG and carbon, and leaders from web3 and ReFi projects.
Let’s measure the impact of web3 systems, deeply decarbonize them, and prove it!
How can we build an inclusive, regenerative economy, using tools like supply chain traceability and measure-to-earn programs?
How can open, publicly verifiable data help us understand what is in a carbon offset and what its impact is?
The world is rapidly waking up to the biodiversity crisis. What role can web3 play in helping us to measure biodiversity and mobilize resources to protect it?
At SBS Boston, we'll together tackle pressing questions like reducing environmental impact, regenerating the natural world, and uplifting marginalized communities. Here are some other important areas where we’ll focus our attention.
There’s never been a more exciting time to help shape the future of sustainability through Web3 than now. We aim to turn sustainability into a Web3 superpower, and we need your help! Join the SBS Boston Hackathon as we aim to connect sustainability enthusiasts and web3 developers to design and produce high-quality, substantive prototypes - no coding experience required.
Register now and be part of the conversation that matters. Meet industry leaders, collaborate on projects, and make a real impact on the world. Don't miss this opportunity to attend SBS Boston!