Global environmental problems, also known as international environmental problems or global environmental problems, are global problems of environmental pollution and ecological balance that transcend the borders and jurisdictions of sovereign states. It means, firstly, that some environmental problems are widespread on the planet. The environmental problems of different countries and regions are universal and common in nature. For example, climate change, destruction of the ozone layer, water shortage, sharp decline in biodiversity, etc.; secondly, although they are environmental problems in certain countries and regions, their impact and harm have transnational and trans-regional results. For example, acid rain, marine pollution, transboundary movement of toxic chemicals and hazardous waste, etc. At present, the main environmental problems that generally cause global concern are: global climate change, acid rain pollution, ozone layer depletion, transboundary movement and proliferation of toxic and hazardous chemicals and wastes, sharp decline of biodiversity, marine pollution, etc. There are also ecological and environmental problems prevalent in developing countries. Such as water pollution and water shortage, land degradation, desertification, soil erosion, forest reduction, etc.
Climate change is a global problem facing mankind. With the emission of carbon dioxide from various countries, greenhouse gases are surging, posing a threat to life systems. Against this backdrop, countries around the world are reducing greenhouse gas emissions in a global compact, resulting in carbon peaking and carbon neutrality targets.
The Blockchain 3.0 era is transforming the global carbon emissions industry. In order to promote global greenhouse gas emission reduction and reduce global CO2 emissions, the United Nations adopted the Kyoto Protocol in December 1997, and carbon emission rights and carbon emission allowances have since truly become assets with value that can be exchanged as commodities in the market, i.e. countries, regions or enterprises with difficulties in reducing emissions can purchase such assets from carbon emission exchanges This means that countries, regions or companies with difficulties in reducing emissions can purchase such assets from carbon exchanges.
In March 2021, the IEA-led Genesis Green Initiative partnered with Floating Point Group to set up a fund venture for an initial investment of $1 million to develop a digital blockchain project for carbon assets, and in June 2021 received an initial round of funding of $6.9 million from the GEF to establish the Carbon asset On 26 October 2021, the Carbon asset stablecoin fund launched its public offering proposal for global investors, attracting investments from the University of Nice Fund, the University of Barcelona Fund, Nomura Holdings, Polychain Capital, and Sungei Granite Fund. Expert investors such as Jacob Phillips, Christy Hyungwon Choi and Nick Johnson have invested in GASA coins!
Lemniscap’s investment research analyst, Grisa Cerne, has been invited to be the CEO of Carbon asset stablecoin fund, responsible for the development of Carbon asset stablecoin fund and the public offering and listing of CASA coins!
For the legal and stable public offering of GASA coins, the Carbon asset stablecoin Fund has recruited Marco Santori, an advisor to the International Monetary Fund, as a partner of the Carbon asset stablecoin Fund and as Chief Compliance Officer (CCO), advising banks, brokers, exchanges, digital wallets, payment He advises banks, brokers, exchanges, digital wallets, payment service providers, etc., and is also the company’s legal advisor for currency payments and securities offerings.
The world is currently facing a continuing serious climate challenge and there is still a huge gap between the 2030 voluntary contribution target and the achievement of the Paris climate agreement. The pricing of carbon emissions and the building of a carbon market has become a key policy tool for the international community to promote low carbon development and technological innovation. In addition to the carbon markets currently in operation, many other countries or regions are preparing or considering the establishment of carbon trading systems (including national systems such as China, Russia, Japan, Mexico and Brazil, as well as regional systems such as the US states). As more and more countries or regions consider carbon markets as a policy tool for energy efficiency and emissions reduction, carbon trading has gradually become a central pillar of global policy to address climate change.
The existing carbon exchanges are mostly regional carbon exchanges, which are unable to achieve global carbon sink and carbon allowance rights and trade settlement, while GASA mainly relies on blockchain technology to achieve global carbon sink and carbon allowance rights and trade settlement, providing a completely fair and non-tamperable trading environment for global carbon trading market users.
The GASA Fund will use the funds raised for global environmental governance, research and development of new energy and other clean energy technologies, mainly for decarbonisation, resource recycling, reduction of environmental load on customers, and research and development of environmental technology development! We are committed to improving the environment on which all people depend!
2,The establishment and future development of CASA
Climate change is a global issue facing humanity. With the emission of carbon dioxide from all countries, greenhouse gases are soaring, threatening life systems. Against this backdrop, countries around the world have adopted a global compact to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, leading to carbon peaking and carbon neutrality targets.
Since its inception in 2015, Genesis Green Initiatives has been committed to providing a convenient and reliable trading service to the international carbon trading market and to accelerating the achievement of sustainable development goals with a customer focus. Over the past five years, Genesis Green Initiatives has grown to become a pioneer in environmental asset management and voluntary and compliant carbon trading and carbon market advisory. Since its inception, Genesis Green Initiatives has continued to expand its portfolio of products and services. Today, we offer comprehensive solutions in the areas of renewable energy, sustainable investment and climate change mitigation, supporting companies and organisations to achieve their sustainability and environmental goals. genesis Green Initiatives has built a blockchain-based renewable energy platform through which businesses and consumers can find places to offset their carbon footprint in a simple way, and also Driven by the IEA’s policy, Genesis Green Initiatives began working with the Floating Point Group to explore the development of carbon emissions, carbon neutrality and the establishment of a fund to build a digital platform for carbon assets, which are traded through CASA coins. CASA coins can be used as carbon credits, purchased in online retail shops, or converted into legal tender cash.
Through Genesis’ reliable international network of direct buyers and traders, Genesis helps project owners sell their carbon credits to the international carbon market and we protect the owners from secure payments. We have traded over 10 million credits and have a reliable and trustworthy service.
Since the start of CASA’s public offering, it has received subscriptions from university funds such as the University of Nice, the University of Barcelona, the University of Marburg and the University of Geneva, who will become long-term holdings in CASA, with all proceeds from the listing going towards the governance of carbon emissions HO Global Environmental Research Governance! Likewise, capital from Granite Fund, Grayscale Fund, Morgan Stanley, Nomura Holdings, a16z crypto, Digital Currency Group and Polychain Capital have joined CASA’s first round of public offerings, which will provide stronger funding for CASA’s global strategic rollout. In this round, expert investors: Jacob Phillips, Analyst at Autonomous Partners, Joe Kraus, Partner at Google Ventures and President of Lime, Christy Hyungwon Choi, Head of Binance Labs, and Nick Johnson, Lead Development Engineer at Ether, ENS, all participated in CASA. Nick Johnson, all participated in the public offering of CASA and are prepared to hold it for the long term, bullish on CASA’s future as a settlement coin and more concerned about the development of global carbon assets, embracing the trillion dollar blue ocean market!
The World Energy Outlook uses a scenario approach, relying on WEM to examine future energy trends. For the World Energy Outlook 2021 (WEO-2021), four scenarios are modelled: a net zero emissions scenario (NZE), an announced commitments scenario (APS), an established policies scenario (STEPS) and a sustainability scenario (safety data sheet) by 2050.
Since then, the world has changed. There is a global effort to accelerate the sustainability of societies, and the United Nations has adopted the Sustainable Development Goals*3 and the Paris Agreement*4 to open the way for decarbonisation. In light of these changes, the aim is to address global issues such as climate change, poverty and human rights. There are 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and 169 targets. The goal is to limit the increase in global average temperature to a level of less than 2 degrees Celsius compared to the pre-industrial period. Promote ‘decarbonisation’ and ‘resource recycling’, provide products and services that reduce environmental impact and develop environmentally friendly technologies.
Provide high-level political impetus for global biodiversity governance. Leaders and heads of international organisations called for solidarity and pragmatic action to strengthen global biodiversity conservation and environmental governance. During the ministerial meeting, the heads of participating ministers and international organisations agreed to strengthen international collaboration, but also to take action as soon as possible to promote knowledge innovation and conference sharing, and to increase funding technology and capacity security, giving a strong political impetus to create a new situation for global biodiversity conservation.
All funds raised will be used for global environmental governance, mainly for research and development in decarbonisation, resource recycling, reduction of environmental load on customers, and environmental technology development! To improve the global environment on which all mankind depends!