Trophy Hunting Contracts—Unenforceable for Reasons of Public Policy, 41 Colum. J. Envtl. L. 395

In “trophy hunting” agreements, wealthy individuals, typically from the Global North, pay locals such as guides or landowners, typically in the Global South, to assist with the planned hunt of rare — if not outright threatened or endangered — species such as lions, polar bears, black rhinoceroses, and giraffes for a fee as a private …

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