How the United States Was Able to Dodge International Reforms Designed to Make Wildlife Trapping Less Cruel
Article in the Journal of International Wildlife Law & Policy. Provides an overview of wildlife trapping regulations and the traps most commonly used in the United States and the United States' response to the European Union's trapping reform legislation. Discusses how this response creates an impediment to future trapping reforms domestically and suggests ways to overcome the resistance to further trapping reforms in the United States and internationally; by Tara Zuardo (2017), 22 pages.
Read online at http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/ZWkSMtuS9E24wVAEgfJM/full