Wind Power and Migration

Discussion in 'Earth Science' started by Orleander, Aug 3, 2008.

  1. madanthonywayne Morning in America Registered Senior Member

    So they're your birds? Good. I can sue you for the damage the damned things are doing to my wind turbines!!!
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  3. cosmictraveler Be kind to yourself always. Valued Senior Member

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  5. Roman Banned Banned

    Have you heard of the Coase Theorem? It's counterintuitive as hell, but the foundation of much of libertarian thought (the economic bit, anyway).

    Lately, I've been trying to figure out how it could be applied to renewable natural resources (like fish) without exhausting the fish stocks. The problem with fishing, or any other use of the commons, is that it's in everyone's best interest to use it up as fast as possible. That's not very desirable. An ideal economic situation would be such that the extraction of fish would be at the maximum sustainable yield, so everyone would make the most money, indefinitely. If fish stocks decline, eventually there are no more fish to sell.

    Presumably, you give ownership of the fish to someone. But how do you manage all those fish? Does the owner of the killer whale have to pay you for all the fish his whales eat? Etc.
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