Environment and Statecraft: The Strategy of Environmental Treaty-Making

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List of Figures
1.1 Flows of acidfying sulfur emissions to and from Sweden, 1997 8
1.2 “Compliance” with the Helsinki Protocol 9
1.3 “Compliance” with the Oslo Protocol 14
2.1 North Pacific fur seal (Callorhinus ursinus) 20
2.2 Herding immature males or “holluschickie” on St Paul 21
2.3 The slaughter 22
2.4 Harvest rates and prices 24
2.5 Distribution of the fur seal beyond the territorial limit 26
3.1 The dilemma game 55
3.2 A contractual resolution to the dilemma game 63
3.3 The realist's dilemma game 74
3.4 Kantian transformation of the dilemma game 76
3.5 Dilemma game 2 79
3.6 Games with 100 symmetric players 82
4.1 Chicken game 88
4.2 Coordination game 92
4.3 Games with N = 100 symmetric players 95
4.4 Geographic coordination games 97
5.1 Contraction of the Aral Sea 107
5.2 Sovereign claims to Antarctica 118
5.3 Chloride emissions to the Rhine 129
6.1 Multilateral treaties currently in force by date of adoption 135
6.2 Membership in the United Nations 137
6.3 Participation in the ICRW 161
7.1 Transformed 2-player dilemma game 200
7.2 The generalized, symmetric 2-player dilemma game 201
7.3 Illustration of the linear, binary choice, N-player IEA 202
7.4 Illustration of the linear IEA game in continuous choices 207
7.5 Non-linear payoff game 210
8.1 Effects of international agreements on the abundance of ozone-depleting stratospheric chlorine/bromine 238
9.1 A tipping treaty 260
9.2 Oil tanker regulation games 266
12.1 The underlying free trade game 316
12.2 Self-enforcing IEA for the free trade game 317
12.3 Self-enforcing IEA with trade ban 318
13.1 Ratification of the Montreal Protocol 347
15.1 Shares of Kyoto Protocol Annex I 1990 CO2 emissions 372

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