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Kunihiko Shimada Vice-Chair of the Technology Executive Committee Enhancing climate technology action through the UNFCCC Intellectual property and its role in the generation and diffusion of green technologies WTO regional workshop Hong Kong, 11 to 13 November 2014 Climate technology in the UNFCCC process • United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) • Climate technology in UNFCCC process • Technology Mechanism • Technology Executive Committee • Climate Technology Centre and Network • Technology discussions under ADP • Summary 2 Introduction United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Multilateral forum for countries to discuss action on climate change 1992 - Convention agreement. (...) Post 2020 action, pre-2020 workplan 3 What is UNFCCC? Climate technology in UNFCCC process To achieve ultimate objective of Convention, climate technologies have central role to play • Climate technologies – mitigation of greenhouse gases e.g. solar PV, efficient lighting, wind turbines, hydropower, biomass/biogas 4 What are climate technologies? (...) Climate technology in UNFCCC process 2001 - Technology Transfer Framework • Technology needs assessments, technology information, enabling environments, capacity building, mechanisms for technology transfer 2007 – Bali, COP 13 • Recommendations for enhancing Technology Transfer Framework • Mechanisms for technology transfer: innovative financing, international cooperation, endogenous development of technologies, collaborative R&D 2008 – Poznan Strategic Programme • GEF programme to promote investment in technology transfer • Help developing countries to address their climate technology needs 7 Major milestones Climate technology in UNFCCC process 2010 – Technology Mechanism • Mechanism to enhance action on technology development and transfer • Technology Executive Committee • Climate Technology Centre and Network 8 Major milestones Technology Mechanism • Policy arm of Technology Mechanism • Undertakes analysis and provides policy recommendations on climate technology • 20 member executive committee with balanced regional representation • Currently implementing 2014-2015 rolling workplan • Workplan areas include: • Technology needs assessments, climate technology financing, enabling environments and barriers, technologies for adaptation and mitigation, stategic and emerging issues 9 Technology Executive Committee Technology Mechanism Regarding IPRs, the TEC undertakes work on enabling environments and barriers to climate technology (this may include IPRs): • 2012 – Two thematic dialogues on enabling environments and barriers • Highlighted issues • Identified challenges and opportunities, good practices and lessons learnt • 2012 – Key messages to COP on this area, including: “Intellectual property rights were identified as an area for which more clarity would be needed on their role in the development and transfer of climate technologies based upon evidence on a case by case basis.” • Jun. 2014 – Subsidiary bodies invited TEC to strengthen linkages with organizations which undertake work relating to enablers and barriers 10 Technology Executive Committee Technology Mechanism Work on enabling environments and barriers • Oct. 2014 – Workshop on national systems of innovation.
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Score: 373957.23 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...nov14_e/HK_Kunhiko_Shimada.pdf
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By application filed on 10 February 2014, the Applicant, a G-5 Programme Management Assistant in the Department of Management in New York, contests the decision to abolish her post with the Management Support Service (“MSS”), the decisions to separate her from the Organization as of 31 December 2013 and not to renew her fixed-term appointment, as well as the “decision not to assist in the exceptional placement against a post, decision on the conditions of [her] release on temporary assignment to [Office of Information and Communication Technology], and the decision to withhold information regarding accountability for MSS posts and resources”. 2.
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Score: 373435.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/gva-2014-034.pdf
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.: 228 (NBI/2013) Page 4 of 4 technology-aided communications and therefore save a considerable amount of the court’s time and resources. 13.
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Score: 373435.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/nbi-2013-228.pdf
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He challenges the decision resulting from the selection exercise for JO 87864 (Information Technology Assistant – G5). 3. On 14 April 2020, the Tribunal issued Order No. 068 (NBI/2020) for the efficient management of proceedings. 4.
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Score: 373435.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/nbi-2020-098.pdf
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In his latest motion, the Applicant states that he is involved in mediation with the Administration through the Office of the Ombudsman concerning the decisions not to select him for the posts of United Nations Technology Innovation Lab (“UNTIL”) Thematic Lead in Circular Economy, UNTIL Lab manager, and UNTIL Thematic Lead in Education, which he contests in his application. 5.
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Score: 373435.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2020-163.pdf
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? ? ? , ? ? ? ? ? Technology provider tend to control the core technology through joint venture or cooperation ? (...) ? ? ? ? ? Promoting technology transfer and low carbon Promoting technology transfer and low carbon investment through CDM: technology CDMinvestment through CDM: technology CDM ? (...) ” Based on startup project bundle, technology providers in developed countries transfer and localize best low carbon technology to technology receipt in developing countries. ?
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Score: 373087.08 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...cc_nov08/TrackA_He_Jiankun.pdf
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The Assistant Secretary-General of the Office of Information and Communications Technology (“ASG/OICT”) considered that three of the rostered candidates met the requirements of Job Opening no. 63461, including the Applicant, and that two of the rostered candidates only partially met the requirements of Job Case No. (...) The Applicant indicated that the two cases are connected as the second decision contested in the present case, namely the decision not to fully and fairly consider him for “Temporary Job Opening #52485, Director, Information Systems and Technology, D-2, Umoja [P]osition [N]umber 30015906”, was related to two of the contested decisions in Case No. (...) SS’s work experience is long and impressive, and she is a highly qualified Information and Communications Technology (“ICT”) professional with more than 15 years of ICT experience.
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Score: 373041.02 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2018-136.pdf
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Date Statement CSD-18 Access statements by clicking here CSD-17 May 15, 2009 Closing Statement by Scientific and Technological Community May 12, 2009 Statement by Scientific and Technological Community during the Multi-stakholder Dialogue Segment May 4, 2009 Statement by Gisbert Glaser, International Council for Science (ICSU) on Behalf of Scientific and Technological Community CSD-17 IPM February 27, 2009 Closing Statement by Scientific and Technological Community February 26, 2009 Statement by the Scientific and Technological Community on Africa Statement by Scientific and Technological Community on Desertification February 25, 2009 Statement by Scientific and Technological Community on Drought Statement by Scientific and Technological Community on Land February 24, 2009 Statement by Scientific and Technological Community on Rural Development February 23, 2009 Statement made by Scientific and Technological Community during the Multi-stakeholder Dialogue CSD-16 May 16, 2008 Closing statement by the Scientific Technological Community May 15, 2008 Statement by Scientific & Technological Community at the Ministerial multi-stakeholder dialogue May 14, 2008 Statement by WFEO's President at the Ministerial roundtable on by the Investing in Africa to achieve Millennium Development Goals and Sustainable Development May 12, 2008 Statement by Scientific & Technological Community on SIDS May 9, 2008 Statement by Dr Lindiwe Majele Sibanda on Africa   Statement by Scientific & Technological Community at the multi-stakeholder dialogue with major groups and partnerships May 8, 2008 Statement by Mr. James Hansen, International Research Institute for Climate and Society on drought and desertification May 7, 2008 Statement by Scientific & Technological Community on agriculture and rural development May 6, 2008 Statement by Mr. James Hansen, International Research Institute for Climate and Society on drought   Statement by the Scientific and Technological Community on rural development   Statement by the Scientific and Technological Community at the multi-stakeholder dialogue May 5, 2008 Opening statement by the Scientific and Technological Community CSD-15 May 11, 2007 Closing statement by the Statement by the Scientific and Technological Community May 10, 2007 Scientific and Technological Community  contribution to the Multi-stakeholder discussions with Ministers May 2, 2007 Statement by the Scientific and Technological Community on Interlinkages, cross-cutting issues and means of implementation May 1, 2007 Statement by Scientific and Technological Community on Industrial Development   Statement by the Scientific and  Technological Community on Climate Change Apr 30, 2007 Scientific and Technological Community contribution to the multi-stakeholder dialogue CSD-15 IPM Mar 2, 2007 Scientific and Technological Community comments on the Chair's Draft Text Feb 27,2007 Statement by Scientific and Technological Community on Air Pollution   Statement by the Scientific and Technological Community on Climate Change   Statement by the Scientific and Technological Community on Energy for Sustainable Development   Statement by the Scientific and  Technological Community on Industrial Development Feb 26,2007 Opening Statement by the Scientific and Technological Community CSD-14 May 12, 2006 Statement by Scientific and Technological Community May 11, 2006 Statement by the Scientific and Technological Community May 8, 2006 Scientific and Technological Community - Statement on SIDS Related Energy Session May 5, 2006 Statement on behalf of the scientific and technological community   Statement by Scientific and Technological Community May 4, 2006 Statement by Scientific and Technological Community May 3, 2006 Statement  on behalf of the Scientific and Technologic Community   Statement by the Scientific and Technological Community May 2, 2006 Statement by the Scientific and Technological Community CSD-13 IPM Mar 4, 2006 Closing Statement by Scientific and Technological Community Mar 2, 2006 Scientific and Technological Community Delegation: Summary of Intervention: Sanitation   Scientific and Technological Community Delegation: Summary of Intervention: Water CSD-13 Apr 22, 2005 CSD-13 Closing Statement: By Scientific and Technological Community Apr 21, 2005 Statement by the Scientific and Technologic Community Apr 13, 2005 Official Statement   Science and Technology Community on Strengthening the monitoring and evaluation of water and sanitation services CSD-12 Apr 29, 2004 Statement by the International Council for Science (ICSU) Apr 23, 2004 Science and Technology Community Major Group Opening Statement MG Sector Information Scientific & Technological Community Documents Statements Case Studies Partnerships Declarations Organising Partners [an error occurred while processing this directive]
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Score: 372974.76 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/dsd..._scietechcomm_statements.shtml
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Technology cooperation involves joint efforts by enterprises and Governments, both suppliers of technology and its recipients. (...) Recipient countries require technology and strengthened support to help further develop their scientific, technological, professional and related capacities, taking into account existing technologies and capacities. (...) F) Technology assessment in support of the management of environmentally sound technology 34.26.
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Score: 372535.82 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/agenda21/res_agenda21_34.shtml
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– How to encourage diffusion and transfer of technology? climate change and technology: what role for patents? (...) Reflections on technology transfer  Equally, the absence of an enforceable patent right in a certain country does not in itself provide any guarantee of technology transfer. – most inventions are protected in a small minority of countries worldwide, without concomitant transfer of that technology in practice to those countries – it leaves open the prospect of using the technology disclosed in the patent document, but often without the partnership or involvement of the technology originator, and the transfer of valuable knowhow and other background technology that may be useful for the effective exploitation of the technology. Reflections on technology transfer  Taking out a patent is not a stand-alone technology transfer mechanism, any more than foregoing the option of a patent is a single form of knowledge management.  Rather, patents are used in a host of different ways to transfer technology, depending on whether effective transfer of the technology concerned requires – market-based incentives core technologies to be developed/disseminated, – leveraging access to other related technologies from diverse sources – public institutions to maintain an interest and a degree of leverage over technology developed through public investment – the creation of new enterprises as tailor-made vehicles for development of a new technology – a broad-based open licensing structure to promote dissemination of a platform or enabling technology – cross-licensing structures or pool arrangements that allow diverse technology players to build on the benefits of each others’ technologies – packaging patented technology with non-patented material, such as knowhow, commercial information, or regulatory approval dossiers.
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Score: 372420.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...nov14_e/HK_Taubman_opening.pdf
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