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Does CITES Work?: Four Case Studies

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Series: IEA Environment Briefing Paper Volume: 4

By: Michael 't Sas-Rolfes

10 pages, no illustrations

Institute of Economic Affairs

Spiralbound | Dec 1997 | #82521 | ISBN: 0255364458
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Presents four case studies to show the ineffectiveness of CITES in protecting endangered species. Examining the cases of rhinos, elephants, tigers and bears, the author argues that state-driven regulatory regimes have failed to protect wildlife.


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