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Be Smart with Public Land

In every country, the state owns land. Kevin Cahill (‘Who Owns The World’, 2010) argues that Queen Elizabeth II is the largest land owner on Earth, as she possesses the UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and much more, amounting to one-sixth of the Earth’s surface. In his latest column, Paul van der Molen discusses various historical examples to show that state land is often land just stolen from the citizens. When Captain Cook landed at Botany Bay in Australia in 1770, he proc... (read more)
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We publish a number of regular columns, both in our magazine and on the website, such as ‘Insider’s View’ and ‘GIM Perspectives’. A column is the ideal place for industry professionals to air their views on geomatics-related topics. Are you keen to share your thoughts and visions with your peers? If so, why not write a column for GIM International? For more details, please contact our editorial manager Wim van Wegen.

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