A reflection on the prospects and potential for communities and their natural resources in the light of their own traditions, inner character and the forces impinging upon them.
Living bioregionally, now
One compelling idea being put forward is that of bioregional forms of governance, which start from the biophysical realities of ecosystems, which are particular and even unique to places.
Restoring Indian grasslands does not require disturbing soil and planting grasses, but more science
Grassland productivity is driven by rainfall, not by the absence of soil fertility or the need for ‘improved grass varieties.