VeChain, the leading enterprise blockchain platform, is jointly holding a seminar with DNV, an international accredited registrar and classification society, to discuss how to digitally help enterprises explore low carbon emissions.
This new development was hinted at the community via Twitter by Sarah, the VeChain Ecosystem Adviser, and Former VP at VeChain Technology SEA and Australasia.
According to Sarah, VeChain Shanghai and Eur are currently working closely with DNV teams. And a seminar has been fixed due to China’s aim of being carbon neutral by 2060. She included a link to the detailed information about the seminar for the perusal of VeChain community members.
Sarah tweeted, “VeChain Shanghai and Eur are working closely with DNV teams. China aims to be carbon neutral by 2060, here’s an upcoming seminar jointly organised by DNV CN and VeChain Foundation to help enterprises explore low carbon emissions in a digital way.”
Details of What Brought About the Seminar
As shared by Sarah, at the Central Economic Work Conference conducted in December 2020, the economic work in 2021 was deployed and eight important tasks were clarified.
The 8th item is to do a good job in carbon peaking and neutrality as China strives to attain its peak carbon dioxide emissions by 2030 and strives to reach carbon neutrality by 2060.
Also, an online seminar was jointly held on 15th December by DNV and United Nations Global Compact. The seminar was themed “Unite Global Enterprises, Start a Decade of Action”.
The research work showed that 15% of companies have set a carbon emission reduction target with the 1.5-degree target under the Paris Agreement, and 33% of companies are studying the process of formulating carbon emission reduction targets.
The update further pointed out that at the beginning of the third decade of the 21st century, addressing climate change has become one of the key issues that need the urgent attention and intervention of global organizations and enterprises.
In this regard, DNV is joining hands with VeChain to hold a “Dual Carbon Goals” seminar to explore low-carbon paths and digital future with companies.