Universal Impact: Climate Change and Intellectual Property

Published: March 26, 2019

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Fabrice Mattei Climate Change and IP Group Head, and Myanmar Country Manager, Rouse Myanmar Yangon, Myanmar

With climate change one of the greatest challenges of our time, attorney Fabrice Mattei, Climate Change and IP Group Head, and Myanmar Country Manager of Rouse Myanmar, Member of the Rouse Network, shares his vision as well as his concerns about this looming environmental threat and the complexity of its impact on intellectual property law, brands, and business strategies.

Related Resources

To go further:

About Fabrice Mattei
About Rouse: website dedicated to IP and climate change

Also of interest:

INTA 2019 Annual Meeting (May 18-22, 2019), with keynote Michael Haddad, professional athlete and United Nations climate change champion
World Economic Forum: The Global Risks Report 2019
World Intellectual Property Organization: Climate Change and Intellectual Property
Columbia Climate Center, Earth Institute at Columbia University
Cambridge University Press: Intellectual Property Rights and Climate Change

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