This comment was written by Santiago Caceres on 6 Apr 2020.
Worlding Electronic WasteMain MenuChapter 1 | IntroductionChapter 1 summary and figures.Chapter 2 | Waste/Non-WasteChapter 2 summary and figures.Chapter 3 | The Discard TestChapter 3 summary and figures.Chapter 4 | Charting Flows of Electronic WasteChapter 4 summary and figures.Chapter 5 | Looking Again in a Different WayChapter 5 summary and figures.Chapter 6 | Weighty GeographiesChapter 6 summary and figures.Josh Lepawsky31444794f29f45991a28c6c997946216e765688eVisit MIT Press
12020-04-06T08:51:56-07:00Anonymous89941plain2020-04-06T08:51:56-07:00Santiago CaceresI can not see any figure
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12020-04-06T09:42:04-07:00Josh Lepawsky31444794f29f45991a28c6c997946216e765688eProblem viewing figures or images?Josh Lepawsky1plain2020-04-06T09:42:05-07:00Thanks for you comment, Santiago. The problem you are having may be due to the browser you are using or, possibly, privacy settings on your browser. This particular figure relies on Flash. There is a link to open the figure in a separate full browser tab towards the bottom of the page. See: "To open the visualization in a full browser window, click here." Try that link. You can also copy and paste the link into a different browser.
Apologies for these difficulties, but thank you so much for you interest in my work!Josh Lepawsky31444794f29f45991a28c6c997946216e765688e
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12017-05-10T03:56:55-07:00Josh Lepawsky31444794f29f45991a28c6c997946216e765688eFigure 2.61Debate Graph view of the issue Guidelines should help facilitate trade of non-waste.plain2017-05-10T03:56:56-07:00Josh Lepawsky31444794f29f45991a28c6c997946216e765688e