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Sep012012

Icon on Ice: International trade and management of Polar Bears

 Document (PDF, 5 MB) (Executive Summary, 600 KB) by T. Shadbolt, , G. York, G. and E.W.T. Cooper. (2012). 169pp. ISBN: 978-0-9693730-6-3. TRAFFIC North America and WWF-Canada. Vancouver, B.C. This report examines international trade in polar bear parts and derivatives, and provides recommendations to improve the conservation and management of the global polar bear population into the future.