Low Carbon For All: How IP models could save the world
In this presentation Quentin Tannock from CambridgeIP considers the role of intellectual property and policy in the climate change debate. Quentin discusses alternative IP models that could both encourage investments in innovation and facilitate the transfer of low carbon technologies to the developing world.
Quentin Tannock is Chairman of CambridgeIP, a technology intelligence and technology strategy consultancy.
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