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By Terry L. Anderson; Donald R. Leal;
This booklet offers a imaginative and prescient for environmentalism's destiny, in accordance with the good fortune of environmental marketers worldwide. The paintings presents the following new release of environmental marketplace principles and the chapters are co-authored with younger students and coverage analysts who symbolize the following iteration of environmental leaders.
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Hayek referred to this challenge as one of “rapid adaptation to changes in the particular circumstances of time and place,” and viewed the price system as the mechanism for humans to adapt to changing market circumstances (524). At their core, markets depend on a dynamic process of entrepreneurial discovery guided by prices. Hayek’s critique of standard economics was that its preoccupation with equilibrium forced economists to assume that the circumstances that brought about changes in the supply or demand of resources such as tin were already known by all market actors.
A reconstruction of the drought history for the southeastern United States from 1665 to 2010 suggests that the recent water shortages in Georgia, Florida, and Alabama are not unprecedented (Pederson et al. 2012). Severe droughts of even longer duration occurred more often between 1696 and 1820, and they are likely to occur in the future. The drought record indicates that the region’s state and local water allocation decisions were made during one of the wettest periods since 1665. With continued growth in the region, along with an allocation system based on a static view of nature, the South’s “water wars” are likely to intensify.