By: G Cox, P Lowe and M Winter
205 pages, 9 b/w illus
An examination and history of FWAG, a body set up to promote cooperation between agricultural and conservation interests. Its basic principle is the voluntary adoption of conservation policies, and the effectiveness of FWAG in promoting this principle is examined. Of interest to anyone involved with the politics of wildlife conservation in Britain.
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