After years as a political prisoner, Mohamed Nasheed was elected President of the Republic of the Maldives in 2008 in the first democratic election in that Indian Ocean nation’s history. Trained as a marine scientist, President Nasheed emerged as one of the leading voices of small island nations threatened by sea level rise and climate […]

By Julia Ciardullo Fellow This is the second in a series of blogs that will discuss some of the most notable recent legal developments in the field of intellectual property law and green technology.  In a prior post, we discussed the expiration of the USPTO’s Green Technology Pilot Program and the enactment of the America […]

By Julia Ciardullo Fellow There have been a number of interesting legal developments in recent months that highlight the importance of intellectual property law in the field of green technology.  This post is the first in a series of blogs that will summarize some of the most notable legal developments, starting with a discussion of […]

Columbia Law School’s Clean Energy Investment US-India Project aims to enable U.S. investors and solar and other renewable energy equipment manufacturers to access the Indian market. So far, investment in this expanding market has been limited by high transaction costs. Funded by a generous grant by the Sujana Group and with the assistance of experienced […]

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