Crypto, Climate and Regenerative Finance - ReFi Spring Bristol
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The UK's first ReFi Spring event - we aim to connect the Crypto, Climate and ReFi scenes in Bristol, the South West, and beyond…
ReFi (Regenerative Finance) is a rapidly growing ecosystem of people, ideas, and organisations working towards a regenerative world order. New markets and initiatives are emerging across natural capital, carbon, clean energy, food & agriculture, the circular economy and more… There is boundless opportunity to be a part of this emergent movement.
Keen to connect with other locals in the space? Come along to the Future Leap co-working space (Gloucester Road, BS7 8AA) on December 6th for an evening of interesting talks, debates, and discussions. Delicious sustainably-sourced sandwiches and salads will also be provided - huge thank you to @Toucan Protocol for helping to sponsor this!
Get tickets here! - https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/crypto-climate-and-regenerative-finance-refi-spring-bristol-tickets-430941546767
18:00 - 18:25 - Registration, Catering and Networking
19:00 - 19:15 – Panel!
- Maryam Mazraei, Co-Steward and Network Effects Lead @Crowdmuse & @thepowerco_
- Hereward McGillivray, Program Lead @RefiSpring
19:15 - 19:45 - Q&A
19:45 - 19:50 - Close
19:50- 20:30 - Networking and Refreshments
*Agenda may change
Monty Bryant: Monty is a Sustainability and Regeneration Consultant. He provides expertise at the intersection of web3 & blockchain, with energy markets, carbon, the circular economy. His company - PeoplePower - is helping to channel finance towards regenerative initiatives and use crypto to create exponential positive impact. View Monty's website here or connect with him on LinkedIn or Twitter.
Alison Filler: Alison is Community Lead at the Climate Collective, an innovation network supporting companies at the intersection of web3 and climate action. Alison's background is in the design and implementation of programs that improve access to clean water and efficient energy technologies. Her work has focused in refugee settlements and rural communities across East Africa and the Caribbean. In doing so, Alison has worked closely with local communities and governments, social entrepreneurs, NGO partners, and UN agencies to build more regenerative and inclusive economies. Connect with Alison on LinkedIn.
Charlie Pool: Starting his career in Carbon 1.0 at JPMorgan, Charlie helped set up the Environmental Markets desk to trade carbon credits in the EU Emissions Trading Scheme. There he got involved in financing projects and selling credits to organisations all over the world. Charlie then joined the strategic investments team where they made a number of high profile investments in technology companies. This led to a passion for technology, and the desire to start his own business, Stowga, which was acquired last year. Now, Charlie is Head of Business Development and Partnerships at Toucan Protocol - a leading ReFi protocol for on-chain carbon credits.
Maryam Mazraei: Starting her first company in 2011, Maryam has 9+ years of experience across sustainable fashion, community development, software and most recently VC investing in impact, climate tech, sustainability and financial inclusion. Since 2015 she has been exploring how crypto-economies and blockchain can facilitate peer-to-peer infrastructure in emerging markets and transform supply chains. She is now building at Crowdmuse, a protocol bringing physical product value flows, co-ownership and incentive models on-chain. Connect with Maryam on Twitter to find out more...
Hereward McGillivray: Hereward is Program lead at ReFi Spring, which has supported 26 events across the globe to accelerate the ReFi Movement. Hereward's recent background is in climate movement coordination, having previously worked for Extinction Rebellion and Climate2025 in various strategic and operational roles. Connect with him on twitter!
This event is being organised by Monty Bryant in partnership with Future Leap. This has been made possible with support from ReFi Spring and the Climate Collective + sponsorship from @Toucan Protocol! Big thanks to all!