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Animal Law and Welfare: International Perspectives

Edited by: Deborah Cao, Steven White

ISBN13: 9783319268163
Published: February 2016
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Country of Publication: Switzerland
Format: Hardback
Price: £90.00



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This book focuses on animal laws and animal welfare in major jurisdictions in the world, including the more developed legal regimes for animal protection of the US, UK, Australia, the EU and Israel, and the regulatory regimes still developing in China, South Africa, and Brazil.

It offers in-depth analyses and discussions of topical and important issues in animal laws and animal welfare, and provides a comprehensive and comparative snapshot of some of the most important countries in the world in terms of animal population and worsening animal cruelty. Among the issues discussed are international law topics that relate to animals, including the latest WTO ruling on seal products and the EU ban, the Blackfish story and US law for cetaceans, the wildlife trafficking and crimes related to Africa and China, and historical and current animal protection laws in the UK and Australia.

Bringing together the disciplines of animal law and animal welfare science as well as ethics and criminology with contributions from some of the most prominent animal welfare scientists and animal law scholars in the world, the book considers the strengths and failings of existing animal protection law in different parts of the world. In doing so it draws more attention to animal protection as a moral and legal imperative and to crimes against animals as a serious crime.

Subjects:
Animal Law
Contents:
List of Contributions
About the Authors
Introduction: Animal Protection in an Interconnected World
Deborah Cao and Steven White

Part I General Issues in Animal Law and Welfare Science
1. Second Wave Animal Law and the Arrival of Animal Studies
Paul Waldau
2. International Animal Welfare Perspectives, Including Whaling and Inhumane Seal Killing as a W.T.O. Public Morality Issue.
Donald Broom
3. Science, Ethics and Animal Law
Clive Phillips, Joy Verrinder and Nadine Gourkow
4. An International Treaty for Animal Welfare
David Favre

Part II Developments in Animal Protection in Different Jurisdictions
5. Animal Protection Law in Australia: Bound by History
Steven White
6. Law and Justice for Animals in South Africa
David Bilchitz
7. Animal Protection under Israeli Law
Yossi Wolfson
8. Debates and Developments in Animal Legal Protection in Brazil
Tagore Trajano
9. Regulatory Capture and the Welfare of Farm Animals in Australia
Jed Goodfellow
10. Blackfish and Public Outcry: A Unique Political and Legal Opportunity for Fundamental Change to the Legal Protection of Marine Mammals in the United States
Joan Schaffner
11. Wildlife Crimes and Legal Protection of Wildlife as Resources in China
Deborah Cao

Index.