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5 February 2015 Delhi Sustainable Development Summit (DSDS) 2015 Taj Palace, New Delhi
3 February 2015 Ushering Net Zero/Positive Energy Buildings in India (DSDS 2015 Special Event) Silver Oak Hall - I, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi
6 February 2014 Delhi Sustainable Development Summit (DSDS) 2014 Taj Palace, New Delhi, India
13 September 2013 Blended Learning Programme on 'Science and Policy of Climate Change' Online programme
31 January 2012 Learning from emerging energy innovations in Asia with a focus on energy access and clean energy: Contributing to the discourse on an institutional framework for sustainable development (IFSD) Silver Oak 1, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi
2 February 2011 DSDS 2011 Special Event on "Trade and technology dimensions of energy use and climate change" Silver Oak, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi
21 September 2009 Consultative workshop on technology transfer issues for Copenhagen
6 February 2009 Energy transformations for Asia: responding to energy security and climate challenges
4 February 2009 Scaling up renewable energy and energy efficiency in South Asia: focus on financing, investment and technology with REEEP

 
 
DSDS 2011 Special Event on "Trade and technology dimensions of energy use and climate change"
Venue : Silver Oak, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi
Start Date : 2 February 2011
End Date : 2 February 2011
Summary
The key objective of the event will be to address the following questions:
What are the potential bases of imposition of border adjustment tax at developed country destinations?
How serious is the threat of carbon or energy efficiency related standards affecting trade of developing countries?
What are the sectors that are vulnerable to such adjustments?
What can be the potential solutions/reactions to those emerging challenges?
Clean energy, energy efficient technology, trade retaliatory measures etc.
How important is it to make changes in the global IPR regime to facilitate greater access to efficient and clean technologies for developing countries?
How can developing countries’ devise IPR regimes which while honouring TRIPs obligations are able to achieve the twin goals of achieving technological innovation and facilitating technology transfer

Supported by Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Research Colloboration- AEI Network Institute(s)

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