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Overcoming Barriers to Clean Technology: Role of Intellectual Property Rights, and Lack of Capacity and Resources

GLOBE-EU Bali Side Event, organized in cooperation with CEPS - The Centre for European Policy Studies, 11 Dec 2007

The objectives of this side event at the Bali conference are:
- Identify barriers to diffusion and transfer of clean technology needed to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions and climate change, and how best to overcome them.
- Discuss how to minimise such barriers, including laws on intellectual property rights, and lack of capacity and resources in emerging and developing countries.
- Explore roles public-private partnership projects can play in technology transfer.

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Author(s)GLOBE-EU
PublisherGLOBE-EU
Place publishedBali, Indonesia
Date / Journal Vol No.11 December 2007
Pages1 page poster
 

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