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Protected Species: International Convention & U.S. Laws Protect Wildlife Differently
Barry T. Hill (au). International trade in wildlife is a multibillion-dollar industry that, in some cases, has taken species to the brink of extinction. Several countries, incl. the U.S., created an internat. treaty that took effect in 1975. The U.S. also has domestic laws that protect species. The protections provided by the Convention & domestic laws can differ. For example, in some cases, U.S. laws afford more stringent protections to species than the Convention (CV) does; such stricter protections can prevent U.S. interests from trade that is permitted by the CV. This report discusses: how implementation of the CV has changed over the years; U.S. funding & other resources spent on CV-related activities; & the relationships between the CV & some domestic laws. Tables.
People’s Charter?: Forty Years of the National Parks & Access to the Countryside Act 1949
For Your Own Good: The Roots of Violence in Child-Rearing
Around the American Table: Treasured Recipes & Food Traditions from the American Cookery Collections of the New York Public Library
Carnavalia!: African-Brazilian Folklore and Crafts
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Air Combat: The New Face of War
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