By: D Pearce and D Moran
160 pages, Figs, tabs
The authors aim to show how cost-benefit techniques can be applied to biodiversity and how they provide a measure of the effiency of conservation techniques - thus giving notice to policy-makers that biodiversity makes sense, not only in the truly moral but also in the economic sense too.
Published in association with the IUCN
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