In the new episode of Meta<in>vest Podcast series, we had the pleasure of hosting Han Tüzün, one of the leading representatives of the Regenerative Finance (ReFi) concept in Turkey. Our community manager Aybars Dorman had a pleasant conversation with Han Tüzün and the main topics of the content were as follows:
So, what exactly is Regenerative Finance?
Regenerative Finance (ReFi) is a method that aims to restructure the financial system to protect environmental and social values and build a sustainable future. ReFi aims to ensure that capital and loans used as financing instruments are used in a way that is in line with environmental and social goals. In particular, it aims to support investments in sustainability and promote social justice.
ReFi's idea to create a sustainability-oriented financial system came about as environmental and social values gained importance and global environmental and social challenges increased. This idea has become even more widespread with the popularization of sustainability-oriented investment and financing concepts. One of the pioneers is the co-founder of the Natural Capital Finance Alliance (NCFA), which aims to develop and use financial instruments to promote environmental efficiency and sustainability.
In recent years, there have been significant developments in the ReFi market. For example, the concepts of sustainability-focused investment and financing have become more mainstream and various sustainability-focused financial instruments have emerged. For example, sustainability-focused loans, sustainability-focused investment funds, social bonds or sustainability-focused deposit accounts. Moreover, the ReFi market is set to grow further as institutional investors and public institutions show more interest in sustainability-focused investment and financing.
There are many opportunities for investors and financial institutions in the ReFi market. For example, investing in sustainability-focused investing and financing issues aims to protect environmental and social values, promote sustainability, and support social justice. Furthermore, by investing in sustainability-focused investing and financing, investors and financial institutions can contribute to solving global environmental and social challenges.
ReFi is also a tool that can be used to provide financing to stimulate local economies, promote global justice, and protect environmental and social values. For example, it can be used to support local production and trade, to finance projects to protect local environmental and social values, or to ensure global justice.
In conclusion, the concept of Regenerative Finance (ReFi) can be summarized as a way to restructure the financial system to protect environmental and social values and for a sustainable future. ReFi aims to protect environmental and social values, promote sustainability and support social justice, and offers many opportunities for investors and financial institutions. With the growth of the ReFi market, the financial system is expected to become more sensitive to environmental and social values and invest more in a sustainable future.
The future is exciting for the blockchain world, isn't it? For more, watch this week's episode of Meta<in>vest now!