About the Web of Impact
A future where everyday actions empower the planet and uplift communities, ensuring a better world with every choice you make.
Accerlerating funding for social and environmental impact by seamlessly integrating verified initiatives into companies’ products, services, and marketing strategies.
Felix Wieberneit, A PhD Candidate at Imperial College London, focussed on Digital Technology, Innovation and Sustainability, combines his academic work with a passion for sustainable innovation and entrepreneurship.
Simone Suresh is a gifted marketing professional with background in material science and international business. Simone is the main contact point for organisations that want to join the Web of Impact.
Proud to be supported by the following organisations
Where it all started
Pioneering Transparency in the Soil Carbon Offset Market with Blockchain Technology
Our story began with a master’s project at the Innovation Design Engineering course at Imperial College and the Royal College of Art. The project investigated the potential of blockchain technology to accelerate the transition to regenerative agriculture via rigorous and transparent soil carbon offsets.
Selection in the Terra Carta Design Challenge
The project’s recognition and selection as part of the Terra Carta Design Challenge was a significant milestone. The Terra Carta Design Challenge is an esteemed initiative that focuses on driving positive environmental change and global sustainability goals. Read more
Advancing User Research and Testing for Grounded Carbon
The team were accepted into the Greenhouse Accelerator, jointly hosted by the Royal Institution and Imperial College London, where they conducted extensive user research and testing to further develop their ideas. Read more
Transformation into Web of Impact
Over time, the Grounded Carbon project evolved into the Web of Impact, a platform that continues to leverage blockchain transparency to channel funds into impactful initiatives, including soil carbon projects.
Interested in finding out more?
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