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Record #191196:

A whale of a solution? / Frank Zelko.

Title: A whale of a solution? / Frank Zelko.
Author(s): Zelko, Frank.
Date: 2010.
Abstract: Summarises history of whaling and subsequent population collapse, leading to formation of International Whaling Commission to regulate exploitation. Discusses loopholes used by whaling nations; development of anti-whaling sensibility; and work of organisations such as Greenpeace. Considers advantages to whaling nations of giving up practice.
Notes:

Detached from: Solutions. Vol. 1, no. 3.

Keywords: 330.524 -- Natural resources.
502.7 -- Nature and wildlife protection.
502.743 -- Conservation, animal species.
504.062 -- Natural resources, conservation.
639.24 -- Marine mammals, hunting.
639.245.1 -- Whaling industry.
061(100) -- Organizations, international: International Whaling Commission (IWC).
327 -- International relations.
599.5 -- Cetacea.
341 -- Law, international.
061.2 -- Associations, clubs and societies: Greenpeace.
N -- Renewable resources.
(*2) -- Polar regions.
Location(s): SCO: SPRI-PAM: 639.245.1[Z]
SPRI record no.: 191196

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