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Trade in Wildlife Regulation for Conservation

Out of Print
Edited By: Sara Oldfield
210 pages, 184 figs, tabs
Publisher: Earthscan
NHBS
Timely analysis of why regulation of wildlife trade is failing
Trade in Wildlife
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  • Trade in Wildlife ISBN: 9781853839542 Paperback Dec 2003 Out of Print #137224
  • Trade in Wildlife ISBN: 9781853839597 Hardback Dec 2002 Out of Print #137226
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About this book

Provides a critical assessment of how the trade in wildlife is currently regulated and how those regulations are enforced. Identifies weaknesses in the system by analysing case studies and comparing wildlife trade with trade in other illegal goods. Suggests future improvements to ensure that conservation efforts are supported by trade regulations, and not undermined.

Contents

Part A: Introductory Part B: Systems of regulation and enforcement Part C: case Studies Part D: Lesons from illegal trade in other goods Bibliography Index

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Biography

Sara Oldfield is Global Programmes Director at Fauna & Flora International, one of the world's leading conservation organizations
Out of Print
Edited By: Sara Oldfield
210 pages, 184 figs, tabs
Publisher: Earthscan
NHBS
Timely analysis of why regulation of wildlife trade is failing
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