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by Terry L. Anderson,Laura E. Huggins,Thomas Michael Power

Accounting for Mother Nature: Changing Demands for Her Bounty download ebook
ISBN:
0804756988
ISBN13:
978-0804756983
Author:
Terry L. Anderson,Laura E. Huggins,Thomas Michael Power
Publisher:
Stanford Economics and Finance (December 13, 2007)
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312 pages
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1712 kb
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The contributors to this volume consider how unconstrained use of nature's bounty had lead not only to damage and waste, but also to divisive conflict

via Stanford University Press. Thursday, December 13, 2007. The contributors to this volume consider how unconstrained use of nature's bounty had lead not only to damage and waste, but also to divisive conflict. With a focus particularly on the American West, this volume examines the often-negative outcomes of government's management of land and natural resources. In turn, the contributors explore the role that private individuals and organizations can play in protecting natural and agrarian landscapes.

Changing Demands for Her Bounty. by Terry Lee Anderson, Thomas M. Power. Published December 14, 2007 by Stanford Economics and Finance. Economic policy, Public lands, Conservation of natural resources, Management, Natural areas, Right of property.

302 pages, 11 tables, 7 figures, 2 illustrations, 1 map. Publisher: Stanford University Press.

Huggins specializes in free market environmentalism, property rights, and population policy.

In the face of growing pressure on our natural landscapes and increasingly bitter conflict over their management and use, simply defending the status quo is not enough. Finding a balance between producing commodities, such as lumber, and maintaining amenities, such as open space, is crucial if we hope to promote environmental stewardship and healthy economies. Accounting for Mother Nature brings together experts with wide-ranging experience to provide a comprehensive examination of the critical debate around the management of scarce natural resources. The contributors to this volume consider how unconstrained use of nature's bounty had lead not only to damage and waste, but also to divisive conflict. With a focus particularly on the American West, this volume examines the often-negative outcomes of government's management of land and natural resources. In turn, the contributors explore the role that private individuals and organizations can play in protecting natural and agrarian landscapes. Through its detailed analyses, Accounting for Mother Nature makes the case for innovation within the private nonprofit sector and marks out new frontiers for research.