Wednesday, August 29, 2007

 

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Management Lessons from the Commons: How to Make the Boss Shape Up

One of the many tragedies of the conventional economic mind is the grip that the “tragedy of the commons” has upon it. (…) read the full post at http://onthecommons.org/node/1202

How can African Journalists benefit from Web2.0 revolution?

African Journalists need to embrace the new revolution of Web 2.0 tools if they are to catch up in this globalised World. Below find an interview on Web 2.0 with Matongo Maumbi a journalist from Zambia whose blog matongo.blogspot.com. (…) read the full post at http://blog.web2fordev.net/2007/08/27/how-can-african-journalists-benefit-from-web20-revolution/

Time to get things done in the water sector? A little less conversation…

Reflections on World Water Week in Stockholm (12-18 August 2007): We are now at the Millennium Development Goals midpoint, and there is a long way to go if the targets on water supply and sanitation are to be approached. (…) read the full post at http://blogs.odi.org.uk/blogs/main/archive/2007/08/23/4373.aspx

Forest with a Name: One Way to Restore a Forest Commons

In one of my travels, I saw a cluster of trees near the ridge of a bald mountain and a strange idea came to my mind. If only this mountain was on a computer screen, I thought, I could copy the green spot and paste it to the brown spaces. (…) read the full post at http://onthecommons.org/node/1198

Promiscuously Mobile: The Life of Property Rights Regimes

Property regimes have been making the news lately in spades. it seems like every time one nation transitions away from nationalized or collectivized resource management, another is waiting in the wings to take its place. (…) read the full post at http://www.propertytaskforce.org/node/60

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