A quick request of friends at other schools


in Oxford, Science, The environment

To those with access to e-Journals different from those at Oxford:

I want to have copies of a number of articles from the August 2006 issue of the journal Global Environmental Politics, but Oxford only subscribes to the paper version of the journal and a time-delayed version of the electronic format, subject to a six month publication delay. Rather than push this paper edition onto a photocopier dozens of times, I would much rather just print the PDF versions.

Could those at other schools (especially UBC) please check if you have electronic journal holdings for Global Environmental Politics extending up to this month’s issue? If so, I would really appreciate PDF versions of the following articles. It’s not a copyright issue, because I have the physical copy on my desk beside me. I just want to avoid the time and damage that would be involved in photocopying. The articles are:

Malnes, Raino. “Imperfect Science.” Global Environmental Politics. Vol. 6. No. 3. August 2006. pp. 58-71.

Victor, David G. “Toward Effective International Cooperation on Climate Change: Numbers, Interests and Institutions.” Global Environmental Politics. Vol. 6. No. 3. August 2006. pp. 90-103.

Just clicking those links may be all that is required. Many thanks.

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

Milan August 30, 2006 at 9:46 pm

10,000 points to Meghan for coming through with those articles.

How many are you up to now?

Meghan August 30, 2006 at 11:15 pm

Far more than I think could ever be redeemed… not that I’m counting, or anything.

Milan August 31, 2006 at 1:21 am

I hope they prove to have karmic value, at the very least.

Meghan August 31, 2006 at 5:47 am

One of my current favourite ads deals with karma. The cartoon ad shows three frames. In the first, a young woman walking her dog is drinking from a soda can. In the second, she tosses it aside. In the third, she is swallowed whole by a shark that leaps out of nowhere. In the bottom corner is the advice: Don’t mess with karma, Return-It!

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