Wild animal and law,
Wild animal protection,
Conservation and sustainability,
Threatened animals and illegal trade,
WTO (World Trade Organization) law.
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Animal Welfare and International Environmental Law offers compelling and timely arguments in favour of wildlife’s inherent worth and proposes a progressive development of the law in response to its needs and interests. Taking into account recent trends in bioethics and conservation, these critical discussions of wildlife welfare have dramatic implications for the future of sustainable development and sustainable use. The book challenges assumptions by taking a perspective which decentres the needs of humans and instead emphasises the growing need to protect wildlife with compassion and care. 335 p.
Series: New Horizons in Environmental and Energy Law