Intellectual property and climate change: Inventing clean technologies

Matthew Rimmer*

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    56 Citations (Scopus)


    '. . . this book is significant and timely. . . much value and interest to readers who want to have a good understanding of IP and climate change, contemporary reform proposals of patent law and new innovation models in response to climate change. Policy makers, patent practitioners, business entities and lawyers could observe the trend of legislative developments and practices from this book. It would also be a very useful reference for academics and post-graduate students researching climate change and IP.' - Yujing Yang, Review of European Community and International Environmental Law.

    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherEdward Elgar Publishing
    Number of pages495
    ISBN (Print)9781848446243
    Publication statusPublished - 2011


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