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Wildlife in the Marketplace

Edited By: TL Anderson and PJ Hill
Wildlife in the Marketplace
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  • Wildlife in the Marketplace ISBN: 9780847680245 Hardback May 1995 Usually dispatched within 1 week
  • Wildlife in the Marketplace ISBN: 9780847680252 Paperback Apr 1995 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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This collection of essays challenges the prevailing idea that wildlife and markets are inimical to one another, and argues that markets play an important role in preserving animal species and their habitat.

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Edited By: TL Anderson and PJ Hill
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Wildlife in the Marketplace offers valuable suggestions on how commercialization and private ownership can supplement current species-protection efforts. The book captures the essence of a major trend in wildlife conservation. Anderson and Hill present the data and thoughts from people shaping the future marketplace for wildlife conservation.--Hal Salwasser
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