Kaufman, Leslie S
lesk at bu.edu
Tue Dec 1 09:32:28 EST 2015
Is this about developers, or more about the requirements of citizenship in a watershed, as enforced by its native and naturalized population?
In Oceania, when you are in a watershed community (a vanua) you are bound by the rules of the community and the rule of the chiefs. So should it be all over the world. If that rule is wise, then you will be forbidden to do anything that harms others, or even influences others without a village consensus and ruling on the matter.
So who’s really falling down on the job here?
Professor of Biology
Boston University Marine Program
Marine Conservation Fellow
Betty and Gordon Moore Center for Science and Oceans
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