Hispanos and The commons

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Hispanos and The commons From Tragedy to benefits: 1868: Environmental degradation is caused by growing population. Terms: Commons: A set of resources that a community views as accessible and beneficial to all members. Common Pool Resources: refers to a natural or man-made resource system that is sufficiently large as to make it costly (but not impossible) to exclude potential beneficiaries from obtaining benefits from its use. The difficulty of preventing someone from using something large. Examples include rivers, grazing land, etc. CPRS are subject to over use, and are subject to degradation. Natural resources must be limited. Ferguenca system prevented the Hispanos from using too much. Hardin’s Theory: Hardin was a professor of ecology at UCSB, who died in 2003. One of a number of scientists who were central to the environmental movement in the 60’s. One of the many who theorized that overpopulation would lead to complete chaos. Hardin’s Assumptions:
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