The EU is designing a “digital product passport”, component of the Green deal and is launching a “Blockchain Batteries” initiative in the framework of Trace4EU. The EU’s Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) requires companies to report on their efforts to be sustainable and their impact on people and the environment. The access to the strategic raw materials and the credibility of the European initiatives above will depend to what extent a transparent win-win trade where the industry develops and pay for the raw materials at their fair price is secured and new partnerships are developed.
Join a conversation on November 16th, to explore a blockchain strategy on responsible sourcing of Cobalt, Coltan and Lithium in East DRC based on a paradigm shift, developing a blockchain eco-system for new economic development potential with and in the DRC and for global sustainable trade facilitation while addressing the digital divide between countries.
If you wish to join online, you may register here for receiving an invitation.
Looking forward to welcoming you on board!