I always love it when someone starts singing the priases of the mass trespass at Kinder Scout. Because this insisttence on open acess to a resource just shows that you cannot in fact have such mass open access to a resource:
It\’s interesting what the effect was:
\”This iconic landscape welcomes hundreds of thousands of walkers and other visitors each year. Its popularity can unfortunately create problems such as erosion, we therefore need to manage Kinder Scout – and other areas of the Peak District – to preserve their beauty for future generations……..Overgrazing and erosion caused by people walking across the moors leads to areas of bare peat, which are then in danger of being washed away by heavy rain, forming deep gullies and releasing carbon into the atmosphere. \”
Gosh, you mean Garrett Hardin was right? You cannot have open access to a resource?
Such access must be limited one way or another? That the ramblers are wrong?