Resources

WIPO GREEN has compiled a range of relevant resources related to green technology and intellectual property, including publications, webinars, and tools that are available for public use.

WIPO GREEN publications

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Addressing climate challenges with innovation: WIPO GREEN guide for youth roundtables

This guide is designed to help young people better understand the ways in which they can use innovation in the climate crisis response. Created to facilitate group discussions and inspire action, the guide incorporates theoretical resources and practical tools for using green technologies and intellectual property to empower youth in their efforts to address climate change.

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Catalogue of technological options for the treatment and valorization of palm oil mill effluent in Indonesia

This catalogue is a result of the WIPO GREEN Acceleration Project in Indonesia 2021, implemented by Winrock International, Indonesia. Based on needs expressed by a number of palm oil mills, it lists feasible technologies that can be used for the treatment and valorization of palm oil mill effluent (POME). The catalogue makes it easier for potential investors and mills to understand the relevant technologies, suppliers, and investment requirements in order to make informed decisions towards a more climate and environment friendly industry. The catalogue can also be of relevance to other food processing and agriculture sectors that produces large amounts wastewater with high organic content. To explore these technologies visit the POME Database Collection

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Innovative Technologies Tackling Food Loss

This edition of the Global Challenges in Focus series explores cutting-edge technologies to reduce food loss in the supply chain. Though identifying “critical loss points”, the brief proposes innovative technologies with the highest estimated impact on mitigating food loss. To continue the topic of the food management process, a forthcoming paper will address the technologies tackling food waste.

WIPO GREEN reports and briefs

  • Technological Options for the Treatment and Valorization of Palm Oil Mill Effluent in Indonesia 2021 PDF, Innovative
					Technology in the
					Water, Sanitation
					and Hygiene
					(WASH) Sector
  • Innovative Technologies Tackling Food Loss 
  • Global Challenges in Focus: Innovative Technology in the WASH Sector (2020) PDF, Innovative
					Technology in the
					Water, Sanitation
					and Hygiene
					(WASH) Sector
  • Report: Innovation and Diffusion of Green Technologies: The Role of Intellectual Property and Other Enabling Factors (2015) PDF, Innovation and Diffusion of Green Technologies: The Role of Intellectual Property and Other Enabling Factors
  • Brief: Incentivizing the adoption of green technology on a global scale (2014)PDF, Innovation and Diffusion of Green Technologies: The Role of Intellectual Property and Other Enabling Factors
  • Report: Renewable Energy Technology: Evolution and Policy Implications - Evidence from Patent Literature (2014)PDF, Innovation and Diffusion of Green Technologies: The Role of Intellectual Property and Other Enabling Factors
  • Brief: The acceleration of climate change and mitigation technologies: Intellectual property trends in the renewable energy landscape (2014) PDF, The acceleration of climate change and mitigation technologies: Intellectual property trends in the renewable energy landscape
  • Report: IP and the Transfer of Environmentally Sound Technologies (2011) PDF, The acceleration of climate change and mitigation technologies: Intellectual property trends in the renewable energy landscape
  • Brief: When policy meets evidence: What’s next in the discussion on intellectual property, technology transfer & the environment? (2011) PDF, When policy meets evidence: What’s next in the discussion on intellectual property, technology transfer & the environment?
  • Climate change/energy patent landscape reports

Impact stories and case studies

WIPO GREEN Licensing Checklist

The WIPO GREEN Licensing Checklist PDF, WIPO Green Licensing Checklist is designed for those involved in negotiating technology transfer licensing agreements. It provides a checklist of key issues which should be considered when negotiating and concluding such contracts.

The checklist is not an exhaustive resource; rather it helps provides an overview, as well as links to further information.

Part I

Part I addresses the most relevant items to be considered when concluding a licensing agreement:

  • Section 1 is about the kind of agreement you are negotiating.
  • Section 2 is about the subject matter of the agreement, e.g. the nature of the agreement, the technology involved, which type of IP is relevant to your project.
  • Section 3 is about your rights as a licensee.
  • Section 4 is about the financial terms.
  • Section 5 is about concluding contract clauses, such as how the agreement can be terminated, how disputes will be addressed, how to interpret the agreement, etc.

Part II

Part II addresses issues which concern development collaborations specifically.

Resources and references

A list of resources and references presents a selection of links to further information.

Note: The WIPO GREEN Licensing Checklist is neither exhaustive, nor is it a substitute for professional legal advice. You are encouraged to adapt the checklist to your own needs or concrete projects. The Checklist is published as a draft for consultation. Please contact us with any feedback.

Funding opportunities

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