Today, China is one of the largest markets for wild animal trading. Yet, wild animals are in a regulatory grey area. There is an increasing need to revisit how wild animals are simultaneously but differently regulated in the food and wildlife protection regimes. Rarely do attempts to understand these two regimes occur, making this article's analysis of miscoordination in these bodies of law crucial in addressing the hindrance of nationwide food safety improvement efforts.
Recommended CitationYi Seul Kim, The Need to Reconceptualize Wild Animals Post-COVID 19: Miscoordination of Wildlife Regulations in China’s Food Legal Order, 40 Pace Envtl. L. Rev. 576 (2023)
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