Intellectual property v green technology

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Intellectual property and climate change go very much hand in glove. The linkage of the two might seem bizarre to some, but in fact, access to technology play a significant role for developing countries. A lack of understanding of the intellectual property system and the benefits to be derived therefrom, could be one of the reasons developing countries have not taken the intellectual property bull by the horn by linking technology to green, environmentally and eco-friendly investments.

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