Consumer Disclosure & Sustainable Supply Chains
This presents and overarching framework proposed through the collaboration of multiple teams, and includes specific team contributions.
Team Name: Multiple teams (see contributors below)
Nodes: Berlin (ESMT - NetImpact), Paris (HEC Paris - E42), New Haven (Yale), Los Angeles (Phase 2), Remote
- Paris Team
- Wanying Li (YE on Discord, [email protected]): in charge of creating and designing the basics of the overarching framework. Please feel free to reach out (by email or via Discord) if you have ideas, comments, or anything that you would love to share!
- Programmers for the proof-of-concept tool:
- Antoine Gelloz ([email protected]): responsible for programming the backend of the proof-of-concept tool
- Maxime Organi ([email protected]): responsible for programming frontend (i.e. user input) of the proof-of-concept tool
- Karolina Gorna ([email protected]): responsible for designing the calculation involved in programming for the proof-of-concept tool
- Benjamin Carlier ([email protected]): responsible for implementation of calculation as layout by Karolina for the proof-of-concept toolIdea contributors:
- Yale Team
- Miriam Huerta (rojoredapple on Discord, [email protected]): responsible for programming the browser extension plug-in
- Berlin Team (idea and task submitters @CoMakery)
- Eleftherios Avramidis (Open Source Lab by DFKI - discord: lefterav) - Backend/Databases, final documentation
- Görkem Cetinkaya - UX/UI/Mockups
- Alex Han - Research
- Dominik Jung - Supply Chain Advisor
- Joshua Overbye - Front-End/Browser-Extension
- Marc Shakory - Lead/Research/Communication
- Los Angeles Team
- Cameron Sajedi,
- Benjamin Swerdlow
- Arseniy Klempner
- Martin Wainstein
- Sam Tuke (Berlin)
- Oliver Bley (Berlin)
The main output consists of the overarching framework described in this page about displaying the environmental (and possibly social) effect of the products purchased (eg. through e-commerce), and the internalization of the unaccounted externalities (eg. cost carbon footprint). The idea proposes to use a Browser Plugin so that the user can see the sustainability/life cycle assessment score, and take actions to settle the externalities or add them to the user's personal climate accounting.
The proposal and research for producing a single sustainability score is presented within the nested page of: Single sustainability score. The Backend and data structure is presented within the nested page of: EcoWidgy - Consumer Disclosure Contracts, while the front-end plug in code is presented at the nested page: E-Shopping Browser Plugin.
This diagram describes the components and data flow into the backend and then front end of the E-Commerce Browser plugin:
This interaction diagram shows the proposed interaction between the EcoWidgy Database Backend, the Browser Plugin Front End and the Blockchain layer: