NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
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By Charles Foster, Former Research Fellow, Environment and Natural Resources Program
Chapter XII of the National Resources Committee''s December 1935 report Regional Factors in National Planning and Developmentbore the title "A Preliminary Exploration of Regionalism." It reported the findings of a questionnaire sent to a dozen social scientists, ten of them geographers and two sociologists. The respondents were asked three sets of questions about the nature, delineation, and use of regions; their responses were summarized and generously excerpted. The stated goal of the exercise was to draw on expert opinon to dispel some of the "vagueness of thinking" that seemed to prevail whenever the term "region" was used.
By William Hogan, Raymond Plank Professor of Global Energy Policy
Electricity systems present complicated challenges for public policy. In many respects these challenges are similar to those in other network industries in providing a balance between regulation and markets, public investment and private risk taking, coordination and competition. As with other such industries, naturally monopoly elements interact with potentially competitive services, but electricity has some unusual features that defy simple analogy to other network industries.
Journal Article, Scientific American, issue 3, volume 263
The Global Environment Facility and Biodiversity Conservation: Lessons to Date and Suggestions for Future Action
Journal Article, Species, volume 20
By William Clark, Harvey Brooks Professor of International Science, Public Policy, and Human Development; Co-director, Sustainability Science Program; Faculty Chair, ENRP and Robert Kates, Former Visiting Scholar, Environment and Natural Resources Program, 1997-2000
Journal Article, Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development