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Environmental Treaties and Resource Indicators

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  17 February 2017

Frederick Zimmerman*
Affiliation:
CIESIN

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Global Networks, New Technologies and International Law
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Copyright © American Society of International Law 2015

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This paper was supported with funds provided by CIESIN/NASA. The opinions, conclusions and recommendations contained herein represent those of the writer and are not necessarily those of CIESIN or NASA nor has the accuracy of the data contained herein been verified or guaranteed by CIESIN or NASA.

1 The Multilaterals Project can be found at 〈http://www.tufts.edu/fletcher/multilaterals.html〉.

2 Growth of the Web Report, Matthew, K. Grayformerly at 〈http://www.netgen.com/info/growth.html〉, it now can be found at 〈www.mit.edu:8001/people/mkgray/mkgray.htmlGoogle Scholar.

3 Id.

4 See the Lycos page for their current statistics at 〈http://www.lycos.com〉.

5 The original ENTRI team leader was Dr. Peter Morrisette. Major contributions were made by Steve Wiseand Tom Parris.

6 Special thanks go to our contacts at those organizations—Francoise Burhenne-Guilmin and Kevin Grose at IUCN, Lai Kurukulasuriya and Christian Lambrechts at UNEP, Joe Ryan and Brian Brown at Freedom House, and Peter Stott at the Multilaterals Project.

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