Published: 20th Jul 2018

Liverpool City Council has signed a partnership with a leading blockchain company in a bid to make Liverpool ‘the world’s first climate positive city’ by the end of 2020. The city council has signed an agreement with The Poseidon Foundation to integrate its blockchain-powered platform into its day-to-day operations. Poseidon’s technology offsets the carbon impact of any product or service by transparently supporting essential forest conservation projects, which they say allows individuals, organisations and governments to reverse the impact of climate change every day through their activities. Poseidon, who are already working closely with Liverpool company BAC Mono to create the world’ first climate positive car, will work with local schools, universities and businesses to develop educational programmes around climate impact which they say will play a vital role in the council’s commitment to cut its overall carbon emissions by 40% by 2030. Liverpool City Council is committed to becoming the first climate positive authority in … (To read the full article, subscribe below)