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Edited By: Jon Hutton and Barnabas Dickson
202 pages, no illustrations
Collection of essays charting the controversies and changes within CITES (Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora). Provides case studies on the way CITES has dealt with particular species and notes the growing role of the South in shaping the direction of the treaty. It considers the role of sustainable use, the precautionary principle and unilateralism within CITES and examines future options for the convention.
'A very interesting case study... This collection will make a substantial contribution to attempts to bring CITES into line with the changing international landscape and evolving conceptions of our relationship with our environment.' Jaye Ellis, Millennium, Book Reviews.
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