Lec 17 -Land Use and Conservation Law: The Adirondack History

"Lec 17 -Land Use and Conservation Law: The Adirondack History"Environmental Politics and Law (EVST 255) By reviewing the conservation history of the Adirondack Park, this lecture examines strategies to manage land use and natural resources in protected areas. The Adirondacks has been protected since the 1880s and became a national park in the 1970s. The government manages the park for a variety of uses, including recreational, ecological, and natural resource-related uses. The multiple uses of the park create conflict amongst stakeholders and require regulations that prevent certain types of development. The lecture reviews regulations and zoning ordinances that protect public lands. 00:00 - Chapter 1. Allocating and Managing Land Use 07:52 - Chapter 2. Curious Conservation History: The Case of the Adirondacks 16:43 - Chapter 3. Multiple Uses, Ineffective Control and Conflict 27:13 - Chapter 4. Ecological Constrains for Land and Resource Development 45:11 - Chapter 5. Who Are the Stakeholders? Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: http://open.yale.edu/courses This course was recorded in Spring 2010.

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