Joseph Pallant, BSc, MBA
Community Scholar, Blockchain for Climate
Joseph Pallant develops real, on the ground emissions reductions projects that benefit society and the environment. He founded the Blockchain for Climate Foundation to “put the Paris Agreement on the blockchain.” Joseph holds an MBA degree from INSEEC, Paris, France, a post graduate diploma in Latin American Management from the McRae Institute of International Management (Capilano College) and a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and Environmental Studies from the University of Victoria. His contributions as a member of International Emissions Trading Association, and attendee at the Montreal, Copenhagen and Paris UN Climate conferences add both context and vision to his work for climate solutions.
|Global Health Foresighting|
|Climate Change, Data Science, Governance|
Lancet Countdown 2018 Report: Briefing for Canadian Policymakers | Library, Research
Lancet Countdown: Tracking Progress on Health & Climate Change Policy Briefs | Project, Research
Blockchain for a Healthy Climate | Project, Research
Blockchain for Climate Featured in York University Magazine | 6 July 2020
James Orbinski & Joseph Pallant at Blockchain Revolution Global Conference | 16 May 2019
Health Impacts of Climate Change Strikes a Chord | 12 December 2018
Launch of the 2018 Canada-specific Lancet Countdown Report | 29 October 2018
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