After Fintechs, here come the ESGtechs
"Some open up the possibility of credit to minority groups. Others help preserve the environment through innovative solutions. And there are those dedicated to certifying the legitimacy of commitments to environmental, social and corporate governance initiatives. ESGtechs have been growing in Brazil and attracting attention in the busy fintech ecosystem, which, after consolidating their position as competitors to the "banks" in access to credit, have also started to offer services to help people and companies to apply responsible, sustainable and social impact practices.
In evidence during the debates at the United Nations Climate Change Conference 2021 (COP-26), which took place in Glasgow, Scotland, between October 31 and November 12, the carbon market still has a lot to evolve. A path that can be faster with the help of private initiative, as advocated by Janaína Dallan, member of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and cofounder of Carbonext, alongside Luciano Corrêa da Fonseca. Green fintech, or greentech, as they are called, was present at COP-26."