New Advisor and making crypto green


This month has been a busy one over at Giving To Services with one fantastic development that we are now able to share with our community. We are welcoming Mukesh Kapila M.D. CBE to the team as a Charitable Advisor.

Mukesh is a medical doctor, professor, author and senior humanitarian that has worked as a specialist advisor to the some of the biggest organisations in the world. These include The World Health Organisation, The United Nations, The British Government, The World Bank, The International Red Cross and The NHS to name a few. Dr Kapila has extensive experience in global and public health, international development, humanitarian affairs, conflict and security issues, human rights and diplomacy as well as social entrepreneurship.

He brings his wealth of experience to Giving To Services in order to help develop the modernising of charitable giving across the globe and we are excited to have such a well-renowned and trusted charitable advisor on board.

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To follow Mukesh on social media, head to twitter @MukeshKapila


Giving To Services are committed to the future of making crypto green which is why we have joined the Crypto Climate Accord. We have been working alongside the Accord and the fellow signatories for a number of months to collectively share ideas and knowledge to ensure we focus on the decarbonising of the cryptocurrency industry. The CCA was inspired by the Paris Climate Agreement in which the Accord’s overall objective is to decarbonise the global crypto industry by prioritising climate stewardship and supporting the entire crypto industry’s transition to net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2030.

They suggest that the Crypto industry as a whole consumes 85-150 TWH/year and they believe that the CCA can help to bring in tens of TWH of additional renewable energy demand onto the market. They hope that by creating more demand for renewables this will in turn, attract the solution.

The Accord has two objectives:

Objective 1: Achieve net-zero emissions from electricity consumption for CCA Signatories by 2030.

Objective 2: Develop standards, tools, and technologies with CCA Supporters to accelerate the adoption of and verify progress toward 100% renewably-powered blockchains by the 2025 UNFCCC COP30 conference.

By joining with them as a signatory, we have affirmed our public commitment to achieve net-zero emissions from electricity consumption associated with all of our crypto-related operations and to report progress toward this net-zero emissions target using best industry practices. We will be working as a collective with the other signatories and supporters of the CCA in close working relationships to solve this together.

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GTS Team
October 5, 2023