The Political Economy of Land Degradation
In this paper Michael 't Sas-Rolfes carefully examines the benefits and costs of reopening the trade in rhino products. He suggests a strategy for managing the opening of this trade to increase the probability that rhinos as a wild species will survive.
the State of Britain's Regulatory Regime
The root causes of land degradation are the actions of political entrepreneurs, aid agencies, and governments of developing countries who misuse ‘aid’ money. Only when individuals are permitted to own property, especially land and water, to engage in free trade, and to resolve disputes through customary law, will the problems of land degradation, poverty, and hunger be reduced to acceptable levels.
1995, Studies in the Environment, ISBN 978 0 255 36348 8, 107pp, PB