Chinese trader perceptions on sourcing and consumption of endangered seafood
- Growing trade networks through globalization have expanded governance of local environments to encompass multiple scales. The governing role of market actors, such as traders and consumers in importing countries, has been recognized and embraced for sustainable seafood sourcing and trade. The perceptions that affect the conduct of these actors are a potential influence on governance of distal environments. In this paper we investigate the perceptions of sea cucumber traders in China.
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- Hampus Erikssonhttps://orcid.org/0000-0003-1199-6889
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