subsistence economy example
- 48 C.F.R. § 2.101 - Definitions
Marine Mammals; Incidental Take During Specified Activities
... the availability of these species for subsistence use by Alaska Natives. These final regulations ...For example, we chose to analyze the potential impacts of two ... an important role in the culture and economy of many villages throughout northern and western ...
335 U.S. 538 (1949), 27, American Federation of Labor v. American Sash & Door Co.
..., and not merely the means of earning subsistence. But unionization encountered the shibboleths of ...Mr. Justice Brandeis, for example, before he came to this Court, had been a staunch ... of the Role of Government in the American Economy: Massachusetts, 1774-1861 (1947); Hartz, Economic ...
Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants:
...For example, walruses have been observed increasingly ...comm.). See the section on Subsistence Hunting in Factor B below, for further ... carving as a source of cash in the local economy. As stated above, barring additional Tribal or ...
Fishery conservation and management:
Alaska; fisheries of Exclusive Economic Zone
Pacific halibut; subsistence fishing,
...For example, NMFS would have to consider why the data on the geographic distribution ...In Sitka, for example, where a cash economy and subsistence harvest are blended in a population of many thousands, the ...
415 U.S. 528 (1974), 72-6476, Hagans v. Lavine
...Given advantages of economy and convenience and no unfairness to litigants, ...For example, the Court suggested that. if the federal ... does not justify reducing the subsistence level of her children below that of other needy ...
Privatizing the Reservation?
... would suggest Finally, using specific examples from Indian Country, we highlight a model of ..., governing institutions, and subsistence economies of tribal homelands; and racial ... transcend the mere creation of a market economy for land. Countries around the world are ...
A critical reflection on Oyu Tolgoi and the risk of a resource trap in Mongolia: troubling the 'resource nationalism' frame.
...For example, the fact that 80% of the population are recorded ... returned to herding to find subsistence in a contracting economy (Mearns, 2004). Thus, ...
Climate change triage.
... Energy Agency (IEA) has concluded, for example, that if humanity is to remain within the two ..., and more intense storms, and subsistence farmers across the globe are at risk of ... infrastructure around a high-emissions economy. (148) Similarly, countries that have had low ...
Subsistence Management Regulations for Public Lands in Alaska-2019-20 and 2020-21 Subsistence Taking of Fish and Shellfish Regulations
... to specific sections of the CFR as shown in the following example: Sec. __.24. The Program regulations contain subparts as follows: ... harvester and do not result in an additional dollar benefit to the economy. However, we estimate that two million pounds of meat are harvested by ...
- Markets as a Moral Foundation for Contract Law
We Want What's Ours: Learning from South Africa's Land Restitution Program.
...(1) The Takings Clause is a classic example of such a provision. (2) The takings literature ... of economic livelihoods forged from subsistence farming on simple, but highly valued, plots of ... livelihoods were supplemented by a barter economy within a tightly knit community; people relied on ...
Equal Law in an Unequal World
The moral ideal of the rule of law is a basic principle of constitutional legitimacy, embodied in U.S. law in the Due Process and Equal Protection Clauses. Many scholars, however, have worried that the rule-of-law requirement that the laws be general—ordinarily interpreted as a command of “formal equality”—forbids states from pursuing genuine (“substantive”) equality, particularly between groups...
Fish and Fish Product Import Provisions of the Marine Mammal Protection Act List of Foreign Fisheries
... exempt fisheries, organized by nation (or economy), constitutes the LOFF. Why is the LOFF ... about the reporting system, including examples of forms and requirements for reporting. The ... carries out a permitted, internal subsistence salmon fishery. Greenland maintains Atlantic ...
Corrupting the Miracle.
... are greater, we do not live at a subsistence level. Rising productivity increases our standard .... While the capitalist economy is dynamic, "human nature" is static. Human .... A good example of contemporary corruption is the administrative ...
- As the World Welcomes its Seven Billionth Human: Reflections and Population, Law, and the Environment
Herrera v. Wyoming, 052019 FEDSC, 17-532
... the treaty's text. For example, the treaty made the. hunting right ... hunted game for subsistence. J. Medicine Crow, From the Heart. of the ... economy served by preclusion. 18 C. Wright, A. Miller, &. ...
Hierarchy of norms: the case for the primacy of human rights over WTO law.
... not merely shatter the livelihoods of subsistence farmers, but also deprive poor nations of export ...(38) For example, in the Reservations to the Genocide Convention, ..., Protecting Human Rights in a Global Economy: Challenges for the World Trade Organization ...
- Cruelty to Human and Nonhuman Animals in the Wild-Caught Fishing Industry
449 U.S. 200 (1980), 79-983, United States v. Will
... of a United States district judge, for example, increased to $54,500; circuit judges and special ... of human nature, a power over a man's subsistence" amounts to a power over his will. . \xC2"... overlooking changes in the state of the economy; the value of wheat may change, he said, and ...
Why Less Property Is More: Inclusion, Dispossession, & Subjective Well-Being
The twin notions of exclusion and possession dominate our cultural and legal conceptions of property. This Article uses the lens of hedonics—the emergent science of happiness—to make a case for the less appreciated notions of inclusion and dispossession. Evidence from this new field shows that owners maximize their welfare, not when they amass land and chattels and keep others away from them, but
(Anti)Poverty Measures Exposed.
...For example, the most significant antipoverty programs' ... persons by taking the dollar costs of the economy food plan for families of those sizes and ... been required for welfare or basic subsistence benefits. (344) From 1935 through the mid-1960s, ...
720 F.3d 1214 (9th Cir. 2013), 09-36122, John v. United States
... to rural Alaska residents for subsistence hunting and fishing on such lands. ... is a principal characteristic of the economy of the community or area.’ " 23 . ...So, for example, in Winters v. United States, 65 a ...
Labor Certification Process for Temporary Employment in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CW-1 Workers)
...costs--including subsistence costs incurred in transit--of workers who . ...of its economy and labor market by benefiting small business; ...The following . examples illustrate the differences between an employer ...