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Renewable Resource Systems and Regimes: Key Missing Links in Global Change Studies
Global Environmental Change (1992)
  • Kenneth Dahlberg, Western Michigan University
Abstract
The author argues that as we move towards a post fossil fuel era, societies will become more dependent on renewable resource systems; that current food and fibre systems at national and subnational levels are only partially understood because of the great emphasis placed on their production aspects; that at regional and international scales, agriculture, grazing, forestry, and fisheries overlap in multiple- use renewable resource regimes which are not captured with current concepts and data sets; that, just as with other aspects of industrial society, hierarchical approaches and contextual analysis are needed to capture the full environmental, social, and technological dimensions of these systems and regimes; and that only through a reconceptualization and rethinking along these lines will we be able to restructure current industrial systems in ways designed to develop more sustainable and regenerative systems
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Publication Date
June, 1992
DOI
10.1016/0959-3780(92)90018-3
Citation Information
Kenneth Dahlberg. "Renewable Resource Systems and Regimes: Key Missing Links in Global Change Studies" Global Environmental Change Vol. 2 Iss. 2 (1992) p. 128 - 152 ISSN: 0959-3780
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/kenneth-dahlberg/7/