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Biological Diversity Conservation and the Law : Legal Mechanisms for Conserving Species and Ecosystems

By: IUCN Biodiversity Programme IUCN Environmental Law Centre Klemm, Cyrille De Shine, Clare Klemm, Cyrille De(Edited by) Shine, Clare(Edited by)

Part of the Environmental Policy & Law Papers S. series
2831701929 / 9782831701929
Paperback / softback
341.762
01/01/1993
Only to order
Switzerland
171 x 241 mm, 612 grams 306 pages, Illustrations
Professional & Vocational  Learn More Postgraduate, Research & Scholarly Undergraduate

Covers the full spectrum of legal mechanisms available for conserving biodiversity.

Part 1 discusses the scope of state powers to conserve wild species and habitats, legal mechanisms for controlling taking, procedures for listing species in need of conservation measures, mechanisms for controlling trade and the challenges of enforcement.

Part 2 covers area-based conservation at local and national level, as well as in transfrontier protected areas and areas beyond national jurisdiction.

It discusses public ownership, voluntary agreements, and regulatory measures and looks at a number of innovative instruments, planning controls, incentives and disincentives.

BIC:

LBBP International environmental law, RN The environment

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