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The concept of access to natural resources has been a specific concern of economists and ecologists and is a distinct component in recent models of social sustainability. Using a series of conceptual and empirical examples, this article extends the notion of access broadly to social institutions and sociocultural norms. We argue that access may be usefully construed as an analytic tool that has direct applicability to many sustainability issues as it allows for crossdisciplinary and publicdoi:10.1080/15487733.2016.11908156 fatcat:qbd644dq5bai7pht7ivugxz3me