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from 4 - SDG Data Systems and Statistics

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  09 August 2022

Jeffrey D. Sachs
Affiliation:
Columbia University, New York and UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network
Christian Kroll
Affiliation:
IU International University of Applied Sciences and UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network
Guillame Lafortune
Affiliation:
UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network
Grayson Fuller
Affiliation:
UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network
Finn Woelm
Affiliation:
UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network
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