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‘What would be the three key preconditions for jumpstarting or scaling up the transfer of environmentally sound technologies for climate change to developing countries?’

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Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: 1: University of LouisvilleKentucky, USA 2: Manager Research & InnovationRotterdam, The Netherlands 3: ResearchersWater and Development Research GroupHelsinki University of TechnologyEspoo, Finland 4: Environmental Science & Policy ProgramClark UniversityWorcester, Massachusetts, USA 5: Water Engineering and Management ProgramSchool of Engineering and TechnologyAsian Institute of TechnologyPathumthani, Thailand 6: Centre for Environmental Studies (NEPAM)University of Campinas (UNICAMP), BrazilandVisiting Research FellowInstitute for Environmental Studies (IVM)Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands 7: HELIO InternationalParis, France 8: Lebanese American UniversityNatural Science DivisionNew York, NY 9: Indian Institute of TechnologyGuwahat, India 10: Walchand Institute of TechnologySolapur, India 11: University of GroningenGroningen, The Netherlands 12: World Agroforestry CentreMalawi 13: Associate Professional OfficerCenter for International Forestry Research (CIFOR)Central Africa Regional Office, Yaoundé, CameroonandPhD ResearcherForest and Nature Conservation Policy GroupWageningen University, the Netherlands

Publication date: 2009-11-01

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