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* The Global Land Grab: The New Enclosures, by Liz Alden Wily [http://wealthofthecommons.org/essay/global-land-grab-new-enclosures]
 
* The Global Land Grab: The New Enclosures, by Liz Alden Wily [http://wealthofthecommons.org/essay/global-land-grab-new-enclosures]
  
* Genetically Engineered Promises & Farming Realities, by P.V. Satheesh {http://wealthofthecommons.org/essay/genetically-engineered-promises-farming-realities]
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* Genetically Engineered Promises & Farming Realities, by P.V. Satheesh [http://wealthofthecommons.org/essay/genetically-engineered-promises-farming-realities]
  
 
* Water as a Commons: Only Fundamental Change Can Save Us, by Maude Barlow [http://wealthofthecommons.org/essay/water-commons-only-fundamental-change-can-save-us]
 
* Water as a Commons: Only Fundamental Change Can Save Us, by Maude Barlow [http://wealthofthecommons.org/essay/water-commons-only-fundamental-change-can-save-us]

Revision as of 03:40, 14 May 2013


Documentation

Recommended Reading for the Land and Nature stream

Source: The Wealth of the Commons. A world beyond market and state. Ed. by David Bollier and Silke Helfrich. Commons Strategies Group. Levellers Press, 2012 [1]

  • Resilience Thinking, by Rob Hopkins [2]
  • The Economy of Wastefulness: The Biology of the Commons, by Andreas Weber [3]
  • Subsistence: Perspective for a Society Based on Commons, by Veronika Bennholdt-Thomsen [4]
  • The Global Land Grab: The New Enclosures, by Liz Alden Wily [5]
  • Genetically Engineered Promises & Farming Realities, by P.V. Satheesh [6]
  • Water as a Commons: Only Fundamental Change Can Save Us, by Maude Barlow [7]
  • A New German Raw Materials Strategy: A Modern Enclosure of the Commons?, by Lili Fuhr [8]
  • Using “Protected Natural Areas” to Appropriate the Commons, by Ana de Ita [9]
  • Community Based Forest and Livelihood Management in Nepal, by Shrikrishna Upadhyay [10]
  • The Atmosphere as a Global Commons, by Ottmar Edenhofer, Christian Flachsland and Bernhard Lorentz [11]