Wednesday, May 25, 2022

New Issue: Journal of International Wildlife Law & Policy

The latest issue of the Journal of International Wildlife Law & Policy (Vol. 24, nos. 3-4, 2021) is out. Contents include:
  • Rob Slotow, Andrew Blackmore, Michelle Henley, Karen Trendler & Marion Garaï, Could Culling of Elephants Be Considered Inhumane and Illegal in South African Law?
  • Aleksey Anisimov, Elżbieta Zębek & Olga Popova, Wetlands in Poland and Russia: The Legal Framework for Their Protection and Use
  • Nathanial Gronewold, Comparative Conservation Strategy Efficacy for Grus japonensis and Grus americana: A Post-Policy Implementation Assessment
  • Hai Thanh Luong, Fumbling Out the Effective Pathways to Apply the Wildlife and Forest Analytic Toolkit in the Mekong Region: Looking at Data and Analysis Perspectives
  • Samantha de Vries, The Necessity of Cooperation in Criminal Wildlife Matters: A Case Study of The Challenges Faced and Cooperative Mechanisms Available to Canadian Wildlife Officials
  • Israel R. Blackie, Ex Gratia Payments for Loss of Human Life Due to Wild Animal Attacks in Botswana: Implications for Practice and Policies
  • Saba Kassa, Claudia Baez-Camargo, Jacopo Costa & Robert Lugolobi, Determinants and Drivers of Wildlife Trafficking: A Qualitative Analysis in Uganda
  • Remi Chandran, Shankar Prakash Alagesan & Walter T. de Vries, CITES enforcement information sharing—if you don’t know where you’ve come from … you don’t know where you’re going
  • Goemeone E. J. Mogomotsi & Patricia K. Mogomotsi, Law of Armed Conflict in Non-International Hostilities: The Militarisation of Wildlife Conservation in Africa