Fracking; cap and trade quotas on fish, lumber, carbon emissions, and other natural resources; cocoanut oil groves clearing out native jungle; sprawl displacing native grass and oak lands in California.
Who you gonna call?
Well, seeing as the issue is private windfall income for mere ownership of Nature's economic value, you might want to address the social philosophy and economics of private ownership of Nature value.
The Commons SF leads five workshops on that topic, and tonight's workshop addresses environmental issues.
Quirkily, we pay you to attend. $10. It's our advertising budget. So bring a friend who's interested in land, the economy, and people, and we'll equip you with concepts to stir action, and we'll send you home with tomorrow's lunch fare, too. http://www.TheCommonsSF.org