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ENVR/PG382: Climate Change Negotiations: Home

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Grey Literature Etc.

Grey (or gray) literature consists of literature or documents that are not available through the usual bibliographic sources such as databases or indexes.  

Ask yourself: What do I need to know? Who else cares about that, and might be keeping track of that or talking about it? What region am I interested in? What governmental agencies are involved? What NON governmental organizations are involved?  In other words, who would be producing or keeping this information? 

There aren't any specific links here because the information that will be most relevant for you will vary widely depending on what your actual topic is! If you would like to talk through some ideas about how to find this kind of information, please make an appointment with me! 

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