Overfishing AKA "Tragedy of the Commons" - Science in the Environment Lab Series

Overfishing AKA "Tragedy of the Commons" - Science in the Environment Lab Series
Overfishing AKA "Tragedy of the Commons" - Science in the Environment Lab Series
Overfishing AKA "Tragedy of the Commons" - Science in the Environment Lab Series
Overfishing AKA "Tragedy of the Commons" - Science in the Environment Lab Series
Overfishing AKA "Tragedy of the Commons" - Science in the Environment Lab Series
Overfishing AKA "Tragedy of the Commons" - Science in the Environment Lab Series
Overfishing AKA "Tragedy of the Commons" - Science in the Environment Lab Series
Overfishing AKA "Tragedy of the Commons" - Science in the Environment Lab Series
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Why do we have hunting and fishing catch regulations? Why does the government regulate logging and farming industries? The concept of overutilization or “the tragedy of the commons” is fundamental to our modern society. The purpose of this activity is to model resource management, and how regulations and private ownership make resource management possible.

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This is part of a series of activites on Science in the Environment from Mr. Ripps.


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