When the local community has been living since generations and has the region as the only source of livelihood, it is not fair to remove then at once. Rationally, since the region is still in good condition, and has not been depleted completely it indicates that the communities living inside has not intended to destroy the region from inside, and so if they are trained and informed about the benefits, they will remain the same or even safeguard the region from external attacks(Fennell & Malloy, 2007). This model is appropriate for making a decision because it gives rational reasons for all actions that are part of the overall process and considers the rights and consequences of the decision on both entities and other stakeholders.
The natural law states that nature and the beings of nature has some inherent rights when they exist on earth and that it is natural of them to hold some birth right, hence the region as part of nature and the people living inside of it hold some natural rights for themselves and they must be contained and adhered(Fennell, 2002). The living people have the natural right to continue living there and use the forest, though with limitations, for their livelihood and refrain from exploiting further, and the region has the natural right to be protected from being exploited for selfish reasons. Thus, these two entities have some natural rights, as per natural law, to deserve the fulfilment of their rights.
Virtue ethics of justice is another framework which is used for the decision. The living communities and the region itself as considered a part of nature has the right of receiving justice for their involvement in the dilemma and the justice must be valid, rational, and fulfil the concerns of the entities(Fennell, 2012). The living people gets justice when they are allowed to stay inside the region, and at the same time are requested to be strict in their activities of using wood from the forest for their livelihood. They must allow the region to sustain its own glory as it has been providing an ecological sheet of protection for the city’s weather conditions. Thus, the Sierra Gorda site in Mexico must be protected with advanced measures of sustenance and enhances its impact on the climate by not disturbing its naturally occurring changes which is also one of its right. The site is provided justice by being as it is and keeping its flora and fauna, species intact without disturbance and allow them to prosper at their own pace.