Monthly Archive: June 2013

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Breaking the Environmental Logjam

Imagine an environmental conference bringing together leading environmental lawyers and scholars from across the political spectrum. In some cases those attending were the same scholars who as graduate students and activists helped pass major...

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Managing Forests and Fisheries

Conflicts over living resources arise mainly from the question of use versus preservation: use meaning harvesting a resource as needed by people; preservation meaning leaving nature alone so that people can’t have negative effects...

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Cleaning Marine Ecosystems at the Dinner Table

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The Wild World of Open Ocean Farmed Fish

Jay Fidell, writing in the Honolulu Star-Advertiser, argues against proposed state legislation that would block open-ocean fish farms. (State must save, not end, open-ocean fish farming, Feb. 6, 2011) Fidell notes: One-third of ocean...