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Mamawatoto Eco School

Climate Action NFT Program

Dennis Otieno

In an effort to empower small holding farmers, plastics collectors, tree planters, compost producters, and educators working to transform their environment, Mamawatoto Eco School has worked with SCD Hub to create the Ecotez token system.

  • Collection of plastics for recycling/ upcycling by the 50 kg batch

  • Production of Compost from waste stream diverted organics.

  • Tree planting and care.

Verification process.

Following COP 26, there has been a general sense that cap and trade carbon mandates have failed to meet the goals initially set out in the 1992 Kyoto protocol agreement. Today being 2022 and our atmospheric CO2 levels 419.42 [1]

Climate Action NFT Tokens are desiged to be minted for one climate credit sponsorship. Mamawatoto is careful to document its process and ensure that tokens are assisgned individually for one action. Once purchased, they can be resold in the NFT aftermaket. Our team is working to encourage the decabonization of NFT production and trading. To do this, we have been minting limited edition pre-sale tokens via polygon:

https://opensea.io/ecocommunity

And testing NFT wallets in Hedera and Algorand blockchains.

Our results indicate that a locally based blockchain like kusama may be the most appropriate for low connectivity environments. The Hedera wallet which we have deployed in testnet and pinata.cloud for IPFS service is working well at

https://hwallet.vercel.app

Our Algorand wallet has worked well in testnet, for introducing DAO voting features to the group, but testnet tokens do not persist past the last 1000 transactions, so we are considering evolving our approach to a mainnet token, or making use of our own kusama subnet for securely documenting activities contributing to Climate Credit DAO tokens.

https://mamawatoto.github.io

Creative actions honored

Elementary school

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Teaching compost making to students helps them value the importance of organic fertilizer and helps in fostering growth in the green economy <a href="https://t.co/RklCClRGL5">pic.twitter.com/RklCClRGL5</a></p>&mdash; Mamawatoto Eco School (@mycorestoration) <a href="https://twitter.com/mycorestoration/status/1465717743928369153?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">November 30, 2021</a></blockquote> <script async src="https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>

[1] https://www.co2levels.org/


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