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Revisiting the Concept of Common Pool Resources: Beyond Ostrom

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Geological Society, London, Special Publications, — Brentwood and Stephen F. Robar Eds. If the design principles Ostrom suggested are maintained, do CPRs remain as they are? What characteristics make CPRs able to be managed sustainably? Is it because of the nature of the resources or due to other causes? If Ostrom's approach is taken, can natural resources be kept healthy as CPRs?

While this paper begins with those questions, it seeks to figure out what CPR management is and explores how discussion about CPRs contributes to the reduction of environmental problems and achievement of sustainable conditions.

Managing Common Pool Groundwater Resources: An International Perspective Managing Common Pool Groundwater Resources: An International Perspective
Managing Common Pool Groundwater Resources: An International Perspective Managing Common Pool Groundwater Resources: An International Perspective
Managing Common Pool Groundwater Resources: An International Perspective Managing Common Pool Groundwater Resources: An International Perspective
Managing Common Pool Groundwater Resources: An International Perspective Managing Common Pool Groundwater Resources: An International Perspective
Managing Common Pool Groundwater Resources: An International Perspective Managing Common Pool Groundwater Resources: An International Perspective
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