The Paris Statement on Learning for an Inclusive Green Economy

As part of post COP21, a series of initiatives are launched to explore collaboration in different areas and at different level of actions. The “THE PARIS SUMMARY STATEMENT ON LEARNING FOR AN INCLUSIVE GREEN ECONOMY” is an initiative aimed to provide a set of guiding principles to support learning strategies and delivery mechanism as a reference framework for decision makers, learning institutions and professionals to refer to and apply in their work, covering multiple areas regarding de definition, design and implementation of action in Inclusive Green Economy Learning.

I was invited to take part in the launching event of this initiative and facilitate the participation of Climate KIC in this big network of institutions that support  the debate on the need of Inclusive Green Economy and Learning toward creation of bridges in the research-policy-practice continuum. The initiative promotes interdisciplinary, multi-sectoral and multi-level approaches to empower individuals, communities and societies toward achievement of the regional and national strategies related to low-carbon economy.

Facilitating process of capacity building on knowledge Transfer and Licensing

University of LLeida (Spain) – Universidad Austral (Chile)

TraininR&D transferg / coaching touring around the comprehensive system of knowledge transfer, from the beginning to the market launch. Presentation of different cases on
knowledge transfer offices and describing the most successful models of management. The training will include topics on intellectual property units, enhancement of knowledge, passing the incubation phase of the company in its initial period and ending with the maturing of this company with specific support for stabilization in the market. The workshops seek the exploration of ways to encourage scholars to perform these tasks, since usually the incentive systems of the university depend on the scientific production of the researcher and not entrepreneurship is valued.

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University of Lleida

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Green economy and Eco-innovation

 Master in Business Strategy and Marketing. Universidad de Castilla – La Mancha

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The seminar-workshop  was aimed to introduce alternative but applied approaches for green business based in ecological economics theory. The seminar are oriented to foster the participants to link general concept as innovation, management and environment into a multi actor context while interacting through problem solving exercises which facilitates the debate and the elaboration of a more integrated idea by developing a business project idea.

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