This book was originally published on the IEA’s web site on the day before the Government bill that sought to outlaw fur farming in Britain received its second reading in the House of Commons. The bill was predicated on the assumption that fur farming is wrong (it is considered a matter of ‘public morality’). However, according to Richard North, that assumption is flawed. In this latest environment publication, Mr North debunks some of the oft-repeated misconceptions about fur farming.
2000, Studies in the Environment No. 16, ISBN 978 0 255 36486 7, PB