CHALK TALK: TRAGEDY OF THE COMMONS PART 2

submitted by: nsf

The tragedy of the commons says that self interest and competition can cause people to ruin a shared resource. If people ruin what they share, sometimes the best avenue is to have them not share. Research supported by the National Science Foundation has shown that privatization, cooperation, and regulation can all work to protect commons, but only if proper enforcement exists.

Mainstreaming climate change adaptation in the Philippine Forestry and Natural Resources Sector

submitted by: UP Los Baños
A SEARCA ( www.searca.org ) Professorial Lecture on understanding the importance of mainstreaming climate change adaptation in forestry and natural resources sector in attaining sustainable development. Specifically the lecture presents: (a) current practices and institutional arrangements addressing climate change impacts in forestry and natural resources sector; (b) the importance of climate change adaptation strategies in forestry and natural resources sector and (c) strategies on how to...