The article first highlights the poor results obtained by climate change conferences with reference to Environmentally Sound Technologies (ESTs). It stresses that such conferences (eg Copenhagen) do not make specific reference to intellectual property rights (IPRs) as a necessary tool to stimulate the transfer of climate technologies, especially to developing countries. The author argues that … Continue reading
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