Author name: Jasmeet Singh


Impact One partners with AxessImpact

Through the partnership with AxessImpact, Impact One expands on its mission to establish sustainable business models for ecosystem preservation and restoration, evaluating ecosystem services beyond carbon removal. This includes the development of new and innovative impact certificates that aim to recognise the value of indigenous communities’ stewardship of their ecosystems, and guarantee the highest standards of accountability and impact of environmental credits.


Nation of Plants by Stefano Mancuso at Doha Expo

Leading neurobiologist and professor at the University of Florence, Stefano Mancuso, presents his exhibition The Nation of Plants at the Doha Expo in Qatar. In collaboration with Red Joint Films and Balich Wonder Studio, the exhibition presents solutions for a better future. CEO of Impact One, Mikolaj Sekutowicz, visited the exhibition, guided by Stefano Mancuso himself.
Among his many scientific achievements, Mancuso has demonstrated the crucial impact that plants have, not only on planetary health, but also on our own cognitive skills and healing processes. Plants represent the oldest and most advanced life form that has ever existed. They have continued to support and sustain the lives of all other species.


Impact One at the COP28 Business & Philanthropy Forum

The Business & Philanthropy Climate Forum (BPCF) was COP28’s multi stakeholder engagement platform dedicated to driving cross-sectoral advancements towards achieving net zero and nature-positive goals. On 2 December 2023, presenting the session “Unlocking the Trillion Dollar Economy” Impact One highlighted the need to redefine the way in which ecosystems are valued economically. With no system in place that correctly values and consequently protects ecosystem services, the session brought together leading experts in the financial and environmental sectors, to call for a collaborative, global push towards ecosystem protection and regeneration led by those who steward the planet’s most vital ecosystems.


The Nuclear Option

In a groundbreaking move, 198 signatory countries to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) officially advocated for the accelerated deployment of the low-emission technologies, including nuclear energy. This historic shift, the first in its kind since the inception of the annual climate summits in 1995, aims to facilitate deep and rapid decarbonisation, particularly in challenging sectors and industries. Furthermore, the International Atomic Energy Agency’s (IAEA) Statement from COP28 on Nuclear Power garnered support from numerous countries, emphasising the need for active recognition and backing of nuclear energy. The statement underlined the resilient and robust nature of nuclear power, and highlighted its potential to contribute significantly to achieving net-zero carbon emissions while maintaining the highest standards of safety and security.

Scroll to Top