Debunking the Myths: “Trophy Hunting” is Not Ethical
16 September 2020

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As a tool wildlife management tool, hunting prioritises the needs of whole ecosystems and people over those of individual animals.

While some may suggest that “trophy hunting” is not ethical, it can be argued that ecosystem-level approaches, and those that support human well-being, outweigh individual-focused concerns if the goal is to support conservation and livelihoods.

References                                                  

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  1. Comments on “Compatibility of Trophy Hunting as a Form of Sustsainable Use with IUCN’s Objectives – A Report by IUCN WCEL Ethics Specialist Group” – Simon N. Stuart
  2. The ethics of trophy hunting – Michael ‚t Sas-Rolfes and Rosie Cooney
  3. https://aws.boone-crockett.org/s3fs-public/atoms/files/on_fair_chase_0.pdf

Background

  1. Comments on “Compatibility of Trophy Hunting as a Form of Sustsainable Use with IUCN’s Objectives – A Report by IUCN WCEL Ethics Specialist Group” – Simon N. Stuart
  2. https://www.un.org/sustainabledevelopment/sustainable-development-goals/
  3. https://www.iucn.org/sites/dev/files/import/downloads/policy_en.pdf
  4. The ethics of trophy hunting – Michael ‚t Sas-Rolfes and Rosie Cooney
  5. https://aws.boone-crockett.org/s3fs-public/atoms/files/on_fair_chase_0.pdf

Please click here to see the rest of the Debunking the Myths series, where we have compiled all of the “trophy hunting” myths that have been debunked.

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