Tragedy Of The Commons Quotes (1 quote)
Those who nod sagely and quote the tragedy of the commons in relation to environmental problems from pollution of the atmosphere to poaching of national parks tend to forget that Garrett Hardin revised his conclusions many times . He recognized, most importantly, that anarchy did not prevail on the common pastures of medieval England in the way he had described . A managed commons, though it may have other defects, is not automatically subject to the tragic fate of the unmanaged commons, wrote Hardin . At sea, where a common exists in most waters None of Hardins requirements for a successfully managed common is fulfilled by high-seas fishery regimes.