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On Natural Capital: stocks and flows

What is natural capital? In its simplest form, natural capital refers to assets provided by nature that are either non-renewable (eg oil) or renewable (eg fish stocks). Many of the interesting challenges relate to the latter because, although such capital … Continue reading

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Networks matters in natural resource governance

Social networks might be more important than formal institutions. Social networks might be more important than the existence of formal institutions for, among other things, effective enforcement and compliance with environmental regulations. However, all social networks are not created equal, … Continue reading

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