This significant collection examines the diverse ways natural resources are managed and controlled and the controversies that arise regarding their use, allocation, and protection resulting from governance decisions and policies.
Professor Feldman has selected seminal works which focus on several key issues, including the role of common property resources in questions of trans-boundary resource management, the diverse ways societies and interest groups accord value to resources and their use, and how resources are catalysts for both international conflict and cooperation.
This authoritative volume will be of immense value to students, professionals and practitioners interested in the field of geopolitics and natural resources.
"An inspired anthology of classic and contemporary reading concerning geopolitics and the the commons, this book provides essential background for students and students and practitioners of natural resources governance."
- Helen Ingram, University of California, Irvine, US
Introduction David Lewis Feldman
PART I GEOPOLITICS AND THE COMMONS
1. Michael V. McGinnis (1995), 'On the Verge of Collapse: The Columbia River System, Wild Salmon and the Northwest Power Planning Council'
2. Peter Dauvergne (1997), 'A Model of Sustainable International Trade in Tropical Timber'
3. Elinor Ostrom (1999), 'Coping with Tragedies of the Commons'
4. V. Kerry Smith (1980), 'The Evaluation of Natural Resource Adequacy: Elusive Quest or Frontier of Economic Analysis?'
5. Terry L. Anderson and Donald R. Leal (1992), 'Free Market Versus Political Environmentalism'
PART II VALUING RESOURCES
6. H.J. Vaux, Jr. and Richard E. Howitt (1984), 'Managing Water Scarcity: An Evaluation of Interregional Transfers'
7. Thomas R. De Gregori (1987), 'Resources Are Not; They Become: An Institutional Theory'
8. Matthew A. Cole (2004), 'Economic Growth and Water Use'
9. Gardner M. Brown, Jr. and Jason F. Shogren (1998), 'Economics of the Endangered Species Act'
10. Mark Sproule-Jones (1982), 'Public Choice Theory and Natural Resources: Methodological Explication and Critique'
PART III DEVELOPMENT, URBANISM, ACQUISITIVENESS
11. Harvey Molotch (1976), 'The City as a Growth Machine: Toward a Political Economy of Place'
12. Rene Parenteau (1994), 'Local Action Plans for Sustainable Communities'
13. Paul Selman (1998), 'Local Agenda 21: Substance or Spin?'
14. Timothy Beatley (1989), 'The Role of Expectations and Promises in Land Use Decisionmaking'
PART IV ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE AND SUSTAINABILITY
15. Ben Crow and Farhana Sultana (2002), 'Gender, Class, and Access to Water: Three Cases in a Poor and Crowded Delta'
16. Elisabeth Vallet and Pierre-Louis Malfatto (2004), 'Water Geopolitics in North America'
17. Cecilia Tortajada and Enrique Castelan (2003), 'Water Management for a Megacity: Mexico City Metropolitan Area'
18. Katherine L. Jacobs, Greg Garfin and Melanie Lenart (2005), 'More Than Just Talk: Connecting Science and Decisionmaking'
19. David W. Cash (2001), '"In Order To Aid in Diffusing Useful and Practical Information": Agricultural Extension and Boundary Organizations'
PART V RESOURCE CONTROL AND GOVERNANCE
20. Jude Isabella (1999), 'A Turbulent Industry: Fishing in British Columbia'
21. Kai N. Lee (1999), 'Appraising Adaptive Management'
22. Albert Lepawsky (1950), 'Water Resources and American Federalism'
23. M.J. Peterson (1992), 'Whales, Cetologists, Environmentalists, and the International Management of Whaling'
24. John M. Anderies, Marco A. Janssen and Elinor Ostrom (2004), 'A Framework to Analyze the Robustness of Institutions in Social-ecological Systems from an Institutional Perspective'
PART VI INTERNATIONAL AND FOREIGN POLICY CONFLICT
25. David L. Keys (1984), 'National Environmental Policy, Foreign Policy, and the Garrison Diversion Unit'
26. Peter M. Haas (1989), 'Do Regimes Matter? Epistemic Communities and Mediterranean Pollution Control'
27. Thomas F. Homer-Dixon (1991), 'On The Threshold: Environmental Changes as Causes of Acute Conflict'
28. Ronald B. Mitchell (1994), 'Regime Design Matters: Intentional Oil Pollution and Treaty Compliance'
29. Shlomi Dinar and Ariel Dinar (2000), 'Negotiating in International Watercourses: Diplomacy, Conflict and Cooperation'
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