Common pool resource
Similar term(s): CPR.
Common pool resources (CPR) are characterised by the difficulty of excluding
actors from using them and the fact that the use by one individual or group
means that less is available for use by others. (The latter point distinguishes
CPR from pure public goods which exhibit both non excludability and non rivalry
CPRs include some fisheries, irrigation systems and grazing areas.
Source: Livelihoods Connect
Open access resource - Public good
Español: Recursos de explotación común
Français: Ressources communes