This paper represents a conceptual discussion focused on the basic vision of science and technology, which is the main purpose and reference framework of the produced United Nations’ documents and of the presented Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the 2030 Agenda. The most important evident intention and the objective of these documents is the technology transfer, which carries a risk of not recognizing other technological options, such as echo-technology, and of course, also the limited role representing science and innovation in the achievement of these Sustainable Development Goals. We focused on the broader aspects of international patent law approaches that is approaching to incentives of technological transfer and innovation process. This article contributes to the theoretical overview of patent law in the international context in the application process of intellectual property use. In conclusions, we discussed according the literature review the possibility of maintaining the environment by technological transfer and innovation process as a solution for world disasters. Sustainable development Goals are proposed for the same prevention and it should be clear for all the countries of the World.
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