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The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) intends to embark on a new global project: the “IUCN Green List”, a blockchain-enabled certification process which will improve the performance and success of protected and conserved areas across the globe. The IUCN Green List Standard will be adopted by many different countries and IUCN will work locally in each to track progress, ensure and oversee compliance with these new, global criteria for nature conservation success. The IUCN Green List programme provides a more standardized way for independent assessment of the performance of protected and conserved areas and to fairly distribute costs for their evaluation. Assurance for the credibility of the programme will be supported by mapping the Green List process on the blockchain, creating an Ethereum based IUCN ‘Green List Standard’ Token (GLS) which can then be used to run smart contracts for Green List candidate nature areas.
General
Website: Visit
White paper: Read
ICO Time: 1 Dec, 2017 - 31 Jan, 2018
Country: Switzerland
Token Info
Ticker: GLS
Platform: Ethereum
Available for sale: 50,000,000 GLS (939%)
Financial
ICO Price: 1 ETH = 250 GLS
Accepting: ETH
Social Media
  • 1

    October 23, 2017

    Registration for the token sale opens

  • 2

    November 1, 2017

    Token sale period (phase 1) is open (4 days period)

  • 3

    December 1, 2017

    Token sale period (phase 2) is open

  • 4

    February 1, 2018

    GLS tokens are released. Prepare development and integration team and commence implementation ad deployment (approx. 11 months)

  • 5

    June 30, 2018

    First pilot project can be mapped on blockchain

  • 6

    December 31, 2018

    Deployed to blockchain using GLS publicly tradable tokens and multiple sites are integrated and running

  • 7

    January 1, 2020

    IUCN will release a maximum of 10% of all available tokens out of the GREEN LIST FUND to meet the demand of the sites

  • 8

    Scaling up

    In 2025, 3000 sites are running through the Green List Process. And in 2030, 10000 or more sites are running through the Green List Process.

Patrick Salm

SmartOne.legal

James Hardcastle

International Union for Conservation of Nature IUCN

Sandra Valenzuela De Narvaez

WWF Colombia

Sönke Fischer

Accreditation Services International

Eamonn Hynes

Software Engineer Rex Systems Ltd

Toni Caradonna

Swiss Blockchain Services CTO Porini Foundation

Roman Eyholzer

IUCN Green List Programm

Nirmal Jivan Shah

Seychelles Fishing Authority

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