Property rights and sustainability : the evolution of property rights to meet ecological challenges /
- Publication info:
- Leiden, The Netherlands ; Boston : M. Nijhoff, 2011.
Osgoode Hall Law School Library
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- Property rights and sustainability : the evolution of property rights to meet ecological challenges / edited by David Grinlinton and Prue Taylor.
- Other Authors:
Leiden, The Netherlands ; Boston : M. Nijhoff, 2011
- Item Description:
"With the support of The Law Foundation, New Zealand."
- Physical Description:
xxx, 414 p. : map ; 25 cm.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -406) and index.
Table of Contents
- Property rights and sustainability : toward a new vision of property / Prue Taylor and David Grinlinton
- Property rights and sustainability : can they be reconciled? / Klaus Bosselmann
- Taking property seriously / Eric T. Freyfogle
- Property : Faustian Pact or new covenant with earth? / J. Ronald Engel
- Property rights viewed from emerging relational perspectives / Peter Horsley
- Property beyond growth : toward a politics of voluntary simplicity / Samuel Alexander
- The mythology of environmental markets / Nicole Graham
- Sustainable webs of interests : property in an interconnected environment / Craig Anthony (Tony) Arnold
- Elusive forms : materiality and cultural diversity in the ownership of water / Veronica Strang
- Maori concepts of rangatiratanga, kaitiakitanga, the environment, and property rights / Nin Tomas
- Communal governance of land and resources as a sustainable property institution / Lee Godden
- Evolution, adaptation, and invention : property rights in natural resources in a changing world / David Grinlinton
- Property rights across sustainable landscapes : competing claims, collapsing dichotomies, and the future of property / Ann Brower and John Page
- South African natural resources, property rights, and public trusteeship : transformation in progress / Elmarie van der Schyff
- International law's protection of foreign-owned property against uncompensated expropriation : preserving host state regulatory freedom / Amokura Kawharu.