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An Economic Landscape and Cultural Heritage: Whose Commons Is It, Anyway?

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Type: Conference Paper
Author: Fernandez, Renate Lellep
Conference: Inequality and the Commons, the Third Biennial Conference of the International Association for the Study of Common Property
Location: Washington, DC
Conf. Date: September 17-20, 1992
Date: 1992
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10535/5433
Sector: Grazing
Land Tenure & Use
Region: Europe
Subject(s): grazing
property rights
common pool resources--theory
decision making
land tenure and use
Abstract: "Discusses the dilemmas created by the establishment of Covadonga National Park in Spain. Prior to the establishment of the park, local residents had used some of the meadow areas that are now park lands to graze livestock, whose milk was used in the production of exotic cheeses. The article briefly reviews the arguments concerning who should take responsibility for the considerable degradation of meadows since the time of the park's establishment."

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