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    INDIGENOUS Communities ARE Better At Preserving Biodiversity, Research Shows

    Ah, well, in the Northern Hemisphere we know water is just a starting point and water of life (uisge beatha/aquavit/eau de vie) is further on..... B (: John
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    INDIGENOUS Communities ARE Better At Preserving Biodiversity, Research Shows

    We all now know that is a description of everybody. Does Dr Ostrom's model predict the behaviour of the human population of the planet, or is it just one more non-functional description of a limited set in a heavily circumscribed situation, just like the non-science of economics? John
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    INDIGENOUS Communities ARE Better At Preserving Biodiversity, Research Shows

    Actually it would be interesting just to correlate mapped areas to extinctions with causes, throughout history. Your idea is what we call decision-based evidence making. John
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    INDIGENOUS Communities ARE Better At Preserving Biodiversity, Research Shows

    TBH I think the real fallacy comes in the idea that it is the nature of the "management" activity that makes the difference. Its not. Its the number of people drawing on the resources. That comes, ultimately, from Nature, not science, maintaining the low numbers of people: so famine results in...
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