3 edition of African wildlife policy consultation found in the catalog.
African wildlife policy consultation
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African Wildlife Policy Consultation: Final Report of the Consultation. Sunningdale Park, Berskshire, UK, 18 and 19 April Authors: Overseas Development Administration. Date: January Report of consultative meeting sponsored by British ODA (now DFID) in in Sunningdale Park, in part as response to IIED Whose Eden publication.
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African wildlife policy consultation, Sunningdale Park, GB, April Imprint: London: ODA, (a) regulations and policies relating to consultation * (b) formats for consultation (c) examples of consultation * (d) fws solicitor opinions * (e) u.s.
fish and wildlife service intra-service consultation handbook (f) fws/nmfs offices handling section 7 (g) exemption process (h) interagency memorandum of agreement on streamlined consultations *.
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