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Reinventing the common : cross-boundary farming for a sustainable future

by Sima Williamson

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Suggests a potential solution, a possible means of achieving better land care, more sustainable and profitable production, and greater community. It argues that common property resource systems, where neighbouring landowners make decisions together to manage their land as a common region, should be set up and shows how this can be done.… (more)
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This book discusses why and how common property arrangements can be established using contemporary property law and institutional arrangements.
Contents: The potential of modern agricultural commons; The historical and contemporary principles of commons; Property law for commons.
  GreeningAustralia | Sep 20, 2018 |
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Suggests a potential solution, a possible means of achieving better land care, more sustainable and profitable production, and greater community. It argues that common property resource systems, where neighbouring landowners make decisions together to manage their land as a common region, should be set up and shows how this can be done.

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