|Subject:||[socialcredit] Re: [SPAM] [socialcredit] Re: Forward: I think this will interest|
|Date:||Saturday, February 14, 2009 16:08:01 (+0100)|
|From:||Per Almgren <almgren_per @.....com>
Thank you very much for this very interesting article.
Ed Goertzen skrev:
> *Hi Ken: I'm still just getting your responses to unknown persons.
> But I think this will interest.
> Ed G
> Richard Moore <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: The Myth of the Tragedy of the Commons
> Date: Sat, 4 Oct 2008 09:02:33 +0100
> _The Myth of the Tragedy of the Commons, by Ian Angus
> Will shared resources always be misused and overused? Is community
> ownership of land, forests, and fisheries a guaranteed road to
> ecological disaster? Is privatization the only way to protect the
> environment and end Third World poverty? Most economists and
> development planners will answer "yes" -- and for proof they will
> point to the most influential article ever written on those important
> Since its publication in /Science/ in December 1968, "The Tragedy of
> the Commons" has been anthologized in at least 111 books, making it
> one of the most-reprinted articles ever to appear in any scientific
> journal. It is also one of the most-quoted: a recent Google search
> found "about 302,000" results for the phrase "tragedy of the commons."