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Climate Friendly Transfer of Technology. Barriers, options, possible solutions

Art.-Nr.: 2008-23

Year of publication: 2008

Transfer of technology is one of the key elements in the present UNFCCC negotiations on climate change. As indicated in the Bali Action plan from the Conference on Parties (COP) 15, “effective mechanisms and enhanced means for the removal of obstacles...” are needed to facilitate transfer of technology to support actions on mitigation and adaptation.

With this discussion paper DanChurchAid and Church Development Service (EED) contribute with input to that debate, pointing at existing obstacles and possible proposals for how these obstacles may be removed. The paper is based on a desk study on climate change, transfer of technology and Intellectual property rights in spring/summer 2008 conducted by Friedel Hütz-Adams (SÜDWIND e.V.), and Stine Jessen Haakansson (independent consultant), and financed by Church Development Service (EED) and DanChurchAid.

(Friedel Hütz-Adams and others, 38 Pages)

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Climate Friendly Transfer of Technology. Barriers, options, possible solutions

Art.-Nr.: 2008-23

Year of publication: 2008

Transfer of technology is one of the key elements in the present UNFCCC negotiations on climate change. As indicated in the Bali Action plan from the Conference on Parties (COP) 15, “effective mechanisms and enhanced means for the removal of obstacles...” are needed to facilitate transfer of technology to support actions on mitigation and adaptation.

With this discussion paper DanChurchAid and Church Development Service (EED) contribute with input to that debate, pointing at existing obstacles and possible proposals for how these obstacles may be removed. The paper is based on a desk study on climate change, transfer of technology and Intellectual property rights in spring/summer 2008 conducted by Friedel Hütz-Adams (SÜDWIND e.V.), and Stine Jessen Haakansson (independent consultant), and financed by Church Development Service (EED) and DanChurchAid.

(Friedel Hütz-Adams and others, 38 Pages)

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