Climate Tech for good: Innovation for sustainability - Premios Verdes

Climate Tech for good: Innovation for sustainability


Innovation has a leading role in sustainable development, we will learn about approaches and initiatives where technological progress allows the development of proposals that benefit the community and have a positive impact on the planet.



A distributed marketplace for Carbon.

It rewards individuals with digital tokens every time they make good, more sustainable decisions on their daily trips.

It empowers people to take the world from A to Better by making every trip count.

City: Miami, Florida

Date: Friday, April 22, 2022

Time: 10:00 - 12:00 MIA

Place: Fieldhouse at Watsco Center - University of Miami

Language: English


Pippa Malmgren

Senior Partner of The Monaco Foundry

She is an economist and an award-winning author who served President GW Bush in the White House and on the National Economic Council. She combines her interest in the economy, technology, and geopolitics to found tech companies and to advise investors and policymakers. She is a Senior Partner of The Monaco Foundry, a startup incubator and a Senior Advisor to Avonhurst, a solutions-oriented legal and consulting firm. She is the Chairman of Datifly which advises on the drone industry. She served as the Chairman of The BSI subcommittee on drone manufacturing standards (ACE 22) She co-founded a firm in the drone space of a firm in the drone/autonomy space that won a 2020 CogX award and the 2020 National Technology Award.

Francisco Benedito


Co-founded Climatecoin in 2017 and later ClimateTrade in 2018. The ClimateTrade marketplace recently received the UNWTO prize for the world’s best decarbonization of the travel industry solution. CLIMATECOIN received the prize for one of the best solutions for new Carbon Markets post2020 by the UN in the World Economic and Social Survey 2018 report. His purpose is to create an organization focused on sustainability, and based on disruptive technologies and systems that can tackle climate change and SDG exponentially.

Shannon Carroll


Is Director of Global Environmental Sustainability at AT&T. In his current role he focuses on identifying and implementing strategies and solutions around resource efficiency, renewable energy, and climate change resiliency. Shannon implemented AT&T’s first programs around Zero Waste, Large Scale Renewable Energy, and AT&T’s Climate Change Analysis Tool. Over his 20 year career he has had several roles covering compliance, project management, data operations and supply chain.

Brian Henry

Director Principal de la práctica de ESG en USA PwC

Brian Henry is a Managing Director ESG in PwC’s Consulting Solutions practice. He has lived in the UK, the Caribbean, and the United States, and brings this world view to his engagements – a keen sense that we are all in this together; that collaboration and cooperation are critical precursors to building the trust we need to solve the world’s most important problems. Brian is an accomplished strategic leader and is passionate about leveraging digital transformation efforts to improve the performance, accountability and outcomes of client organizations, their stakeholders, and communities in which they operate.

Francis Suárez

Mayor of Miami

s Miami’s 43rd Mayor, Mr. Suarez is committed to building a Miami that welcomes everyone. He has championed the integration of climate adaptive technologies, building practices, and economic policies across all facets of government as part of his Miami Forever Plan. Under his leadership, Miami has cut crime and taxes to one of their lowest points in over fifty years, spurring an economic resurgence. Most recently, he championed the development of Miami’s tech economy through Venture Miami and initiatives that connect education and job training to Miami’s new emerging economic sectors such as Fintech, Medtech, and Greentech.