Patent, Litigation & Policy Trends In Climate Change in South-East Asia

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September 21, 2018

A lot has been written over the past few years about the benefits of Blockchain for information security.

As a public digital ledger it records transactions from many computers so that the records cannot be amended retrospectively. It has become such a trusted source of...

September 21, 2018

Our firm has been appointed to write the Thailand chapter of the ICLG on Climate Change for the next three years. The guide is published in association with Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer and it will be available around November 2019. Organisations regularly accessing...

September 16, 2018

Great two day conference in Guangzhou on Climate Change at Sun Yat-Sen School of Law, Institute of South China Sea Strategy and DUANMU ZHENG Foundation. Photo with some of the speakers  Dr. Marjan Peeters (Professor of Environmental Policy and Law at Maastricht Univers...

September 12, 2018

The 2015 Paris Agreement on Climate Change[1] has prompted countries to consider stronger policies to achieve de-carbonization. One of the most efficient ways to reduce GHG emissions is the carbon pricing policy instruments. In this regard Asia is rapidly establishing...

September 6, 2018

I am delighted INTA has invited me to speak on IP and Climate Change at INTA Dubai Conference on December 10-11, 2018.  And above all, I am very much honored to share the Climate Change topic with the conference’s keynote speaker, Michael Haddad.

At the age of 6, M...

September 5, 2018

There are high expectations resulting from the Paris Agreement (“PA”) as a milestone in global efforts to address Climate Change.

Such efforts encompass a wide range of measures at many levels. Chief among them is the long-term global energy technology diffusion pattern...

September 2, 2018

On August 31, 2018, I met with Tomoya MOTODA and Hiroyuki SAITO of the Global Environment Center Foundation (GECF), Climate Change Division, in Osaka.

The object of my meeting was to discuss the financial mechanism  established by the GECF : the Joint Credit M...

September 2, 2018

Following the adoption of the Paris Agreement in 2016, Parties need to issue its implementing rules also known as “rule book” to give details and guidance on implementing the Paris Agreement. The rule book is seen as a major test of the international commitment of the...

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IP AND CLIMATE CHANGE

Climate change is no longer a buzz word, it's a worldwide and daily reality we cannot ignore.

As one of the first firms to practice IP with Climate Change, Rouse is at the forefront of this emerging area.

 

Fabrice Mattei heads the firm's Climate Change practice. We have expertise in areas of carbon market and footprint, regulatory proceedings, grid interconnections, emissions trading schemes, renewable energy, energy efficiency and technology transfers to adapt or mitigate to climate change.

 

We have participated and spoken to all UNFCCC's COPs on Climate Change since the COP 21 during which the Paris Agreement (PA) on Climate Change was adopted.

We help our clients navigate the evolving world of Climate Change regulation and unlock opportunities in a fast increasingly carbon-constrained economy. Regulations on global warming are quickly reshaping the business and IP landscape.

 

The long-awaited Rule Book of the PA will soon bring the agreement to further steps and may well mean additional significant compliance obligations on companies. We combine IP and Climate Change in developing and implementing branding and technology strategies for our clients around the world.

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