Whaling Diplomacy: Defining Issues in International Environmental Law

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Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2005 - Law - 509 pages
Whaling Diplomacy is the only book that addresses all of the substantive issues relating to the conservation of whales through the International Whaling Commission (IWC).

 

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Contents

1 From the bluewhale unit to the revised management scheme
3
2 Management and numbers
18
3 Environmental threats to cetaceans and the limits of the IWC
45
4 Incidental capture
85
PART II Philosophy in International Environmental Law
107
5 whaling under scientific auspices
109
6 Humane killing
148
7 Nonlethal utilization and the Irish Proposal
178
10 Small cetaceans
276
11 The primacy of the IWC and related international organizations
318
12 Compliance
357
13 Reservations to the ICRW
386
14 Transparency
409
15 Votebuying
425
16 Finance
447
PART IV Conclusion
477

8 Aboriginal subsistence whaling
194
PART III The Mechanics of International Environmental Law
247
9 Sanctuaries
249
17 Conclusion
479
Index
485
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