wayne stephen wrote:Small tracts of land managed by responsible proprieters are best. Large tracts of wilderness by public ownership. Ultimately though , the best would be a global society with stewardship , sustainability , and biodiversity as prime directives. What good does it do if private citizens or government officials are only in it for the quick bucks ?
hmm, I prefer private ownership. As an avid anti-globalist I would say that globalalism as a form of government controling organization would be far too removed to even begin to understand what would be needed on a local level. Land regulations would be mired down in beuracracy. As an American, private ownership is one of the founding principal so I certainly wouldn't want to go away from that.