Web3.0

Governance Impact

Governance Impact Assessments (GIA) are systematic analyses of the potential governance impacts of proposed projects on the natural and human environment to identify risks before significant decisions and commitments are made. GIA pathways consist of modular and cross-functional steps with separate rules and responsibilities, allowing interdisciplinary teams to build integrated CCell and co-create dynamic assessment models for complex glocal issues. They aim to provide comprehensive consensus mechanisms for stakeholders in a bias-free, impact-oriented, and zero-trust environment. QH stakeholders can run multiple assessment processes and issue CoA for WILP achievements, CoE for best practices and join commerces to accept CoI for impact-oriented projects.