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Intellectual Property Rights Catalyst or inhibitor to a low carbon future?

Ian Harvey, Chairman, Intellectual Property Institute on how IP achieves rapid development and deployment of low carbon technologies.


The current public view of Intellectual Property (IP) is predominantly negative, as shown by recent Intellectual Property Institute research on the global discourse about IP. Many in the environmental movement reflect this and view IP as an impediment to the invention, development, adoption and diffusion of new technologies.

The talk will cover the linkages between invention, patents and economic growth and explore the IP issues that are often seen to be negative. The arguments for IP being least-worst route to the rapid development and deployment of low carbon technologies are equally applicable to most other technology areas. Finally, what are the key IP issues in the run-up to the Copenhagen Climate Change Conference in November 2009?


Speaker(s):

Mr Ian Harvey | talks | www

 

Date and Time:

13 October 2008 at 6:00 pm

Duration:

2 hours

 

Venue:

The Royal Society
6-9 Carlton House Terrace
London
SW1Y 5AG
+44 20 74 51 2500
http://www.royalsociety.org
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Organised by:

The Research and Development Society
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Tickets:

£40, £20 members

Available from:

Visit http://www.rdsoc.org, email rdsociety@royalsociety.org or call 020 7451 2513.

Additional Information:

Meeting fee includes refreshments.

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