What would it be like to live in a society that does not treat the land and the environment as things that can be owned in the same way as things that people have made?
- the right of access – to use it in the way that they choose, within the constraints of any relevant regulations
- the responsibility of care – to manage it responsibly and husband it for future generations, accepting liability for any damage done to it
- the duty of compensation – to pay an annual fee, equal to its market rent, into a fund that is used to benefit everyone
- ownership – in the conventional sense, of any buildings or other improvements.