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Year: 2004
Watersheds define a terrain united by the flow of water, nutrients, pollutants and sediment
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Year: 2004
Collecting firewood from a forest or water from a stream, grazing a herd, felling trees, preventing entry to a protected area, and making decisions about who should or should not have rights to collect firewood or water are all expressions of the exercise of property rights to natural resources
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Year: 2004
Institutions of collective action and systems of property rights shape how people use natural resources, and these patterns of use in turn affect the outcomes of people’s agricultural production systems
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Year: 2000
Policies of devolving management of resources from the state to user groups are premised upon the assumption that users will organise and take on the necessary management tasks
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