Eleanor Maciver, partner, patent attorney and sustainability champion at IP firm Mewburn Ellis, explains how intellectual property helps sustainable innovation businesses to thrive, paving the way for a greener future.
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Companies are becoming more financially exposed to the devastating impacts of climate change, according to the latest analysis from financial services firm Morningstar Sustainalytics.
Recent disputes over patent infringement in the development of sustainable technologies have highlighted the emerging need for a reassessment of intellectual property systems.
True Ventures has launched its Climate Action Guide to support early-stage startups in reducing their carbon emissions.
Chimera Energy has developed a multi-chemistry battery technology for the electric vehicle (EV) market.
Singapore has been certified as a sustainable tourism destination under the criteria of the Global Sustainable Tourism Council (GSTC), advancing its potential for green economic growth.
Global OTEC has developed a technology that uses ocean thermal energy conversion to provide clean energy to tropical island states.
An innovation expert has welcomed a move to up the incentive for big business to spend on R&D, saying it could be a boon in the UK’s quest to be a leader in the energy transition.
Biotechnology startup Cradle has raised $5.5 million to further the development of its cell programming platform, which helps users to design customised proteins for more sustainable products and processes.
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