D. Bruce Johnsen
British Columbia could resolve its conflicts over salmon by an auction that resembles the 'rivalry potlatches' of the past.
A return to property rights and the rule of law would restore economic strength and stewardship to American Indian Economies.
If you can't dam, divert, or drill, it's time to consider allocating water through markets.
By Andrew MorrissThe first chapter of the Cayman Turtle Farm story did not end happily. But a new phase in this fabled effort to protect wild sea turtles has begun.
In Bolivia, bees and barbed wire served as compensation for landowners who protect native vegetation in a water-producing cloud forest.
The Remediators Inc. is proving that mushrooms are a safe and cost-effective way to clean up contaminated soils.
, Steve McKean, Stephanie Gripne
Converting agricultural land into recreational property
Public access to rivers, lakes, and streams seems like a good idea in the abstract. Why not allow access to anyone who wants to enjoy the recreational opportunities associated with water?