Data ReFined #03: The Newsletter about Climate Data, Regenerative Finance and Climate Risk⛅
In this edition of the #DataReFined newsletter we cover news from the ETH Denver conference, dClimate team appearances on a panel and a podcast, updates from infrastructure provider Chainlink, and much more!👇 🏙️ETH Denver, one of the biggest blockchain conferences, was home to the Climate Summit and Schelling Point events,
Data ReFined #02: The Newsletter about Climate Data, Regenerative Finance and Climate Risk⛅
Get all up-to-date with the latest news regarding Climate Data, Regenerative Finance, and financial Climate Risk mitigation in this second edition of the Data ReFined newsletter. Scroll down for this delicious content! 👇 ⛅We at dClimate hosted our first recorded Twitter Space in which we talked about the data marketplace one
dClimate Partners with InclusionBridge to Support Access to Data Science and Machine Learning Programs for Students
One of our goals is to onboard more climate scientists and data engineers to the dClimate ecosystem. The partnership with InclusionBridge provides high-school students, that have an interest in data science, with dClimate's library of 30 TB of standardized climate data.
Data ReFined #01: The Newsletter about Climate Data, Regenerative Finance and Climate Risk⛅
dClimate is pleased to introduce the Data ReFined newsletter, focusing on how climate data plays an essential role in regenerative finance (ReFi), verifiable climate action, and digital tools designed for climate impact.
A Better Approach to Organizing Data Marketplaces
By Osho Jha, co-founder and CEO of dClimate Why Build a Decentralized Marketplace for Data? As our modern economy becomes more and more reliant on large amounts of data, it becomes increasingly important to use marketplaces as a mechanism for organizing data by bringing together consumers and providers. Selling data
dClimate Partners with Menthol Protocol to Bring Industry-Leading Data Validation to its Platform
The dClimate data infrastructure and verification tools will be utilized by Menthol Protocol for quality control of tokenized nature-based carbon offsets, targeting only the most impactful carbon credits for retirement.
dClimate Partners with Shamba Network to Bring Climate Data for Sub-Saharan Countries Onto its Data Marketplace
dClimate, a leading decentralized climate information ecosystem, today announced a partnership with Shamba Network, a decentralized monitoring, reporting, and verification (dMRV) network and ecological data oracle. Through this partnership, dClimate’s data marketplace will now provide corporations and data consumers access to climate data from across sub-Saharan Africa. Included in
The dClimate Data Marketplace Has Arrived On Testnet!
dClimate is excited to announce the world’s first decentralized climate data marketplace is now live on the Polygon testnet-alpha! The dClimate data marketplace enables users to easily retrieve existing datasets from dClimate that have historically been available for free via our REST API — as well as commercial/private datasets
Why We Need an Immutable Record of Earth’s Climate Data
It is no secret that the global climate is changing, but what can we do to fight it? The answer lies in having access to a comprehensive, immutable record of the Earth’s climate. This data can be used to analyze, assess, and mitigate climate risks globally — and ultimately make
dClimate and GuildOne Announce Partnership to Bring Canadian Land Data On-Chain
The Companies Will Also Collaborate on Building Data-Driven Climate Solutions for Businesses Across Multiple Sectors dClimate, a leading decentralized climate information ecosystem, today announced a data partnership with GuildOne to bring Canadian land data and other valuable ecological assets onto the dClimate data marketplace. dClimate and GuildOne will also collaborate
Introducing Zarrchitecture on dClimate
If you are interested in access to the new dClimate API, fill out this interest form here. With the upcoming release of a new Web 2.0 API and decentralized marketplace for gridded datasets, we at dClimate want to explain the architectural decisions that make it possible to serve up
dClimate and Hyphen Partner to Bring Essential Emissions Data On-Chain
dClimate, a leading decentralized climate information ecosystem, today announced a partnership with Hyphen, a decentralized oracle network custom-built to gather, validate, and standardize global emissions data in real-time, which will make its data available through the dClimate data marketplace. This partnership will enable corporations and data consumers to easily search
dClimate Acquires Leading Global Climate Data Platform Oasis Hub
dClimate, the first decentralized climate information ecosystem, today announced it has acquired Oasis Hub, a leading global data platform and aggregator for catastrophe, extreme weather, climate change and environmental risk data, tools & services. The acquisition of Oasis Hub enables dClimate to bring thousands of environmental and climate datasets, tools, and
dClimate’s Full Response to Verra’s Statement on Crypto Markets and Tokens
Our response to Verra’s statement on crypto instruments and tokens, which can be found here: For the on-chain carbon economy to not just thrive but actually raise the bar for how carbon offsets are generated, verified, and certified, we need to create a new, blockchain native standard supported by
The Blockchain Projects Leveraging Data to Advance Climate Action
Validated, reliable data is an essential foundation for building towards meaningful climate action. Rule #1 is simple: you can’t solve a problem you can’t measure or understand. Data, forecasts, and models are critical for measuring the impact of climate and weather events in the short-term and long-term, and