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    INDIGENOUS Communities ARE Better At Preserving Biodiversity, Research Shows

    Hi John, That mere knowledge of a limitation does not necessarily result in an adaption of different utilization strategies of the resources in question is in fact one of the things game theory, as a mathematical discipline, explains quite well. An accurate, predictive and non-limited model...
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    INDIGENOUS Communities ARE Better At Preserving Biodiversity, Research Shows

    Hi, That sounds highly interesting. In case you've read it, would you consider her book "Governing the Commons: The Evolution of Institutions for Collective Action" accessible to laypersons? From reading "The Dark Emu", my impression is that Aboriginal society had managed to avoid the...
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    INDIGENOUS Communities ARE Better At Preserving Biodiversity, Research Shows

    Hi Chosun, I have to admit that I'm wondering if that might be a statistical artifact based on natural reserves usually being defined on the basis of being a coherent set of biotopes, while Indigenous-managed lands would be defined on different criteria, spanning several different biotopes...
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