Webinar: Biocontrol Misconceptions and Untapped Opportunities

Classical Biological Control of Weeds – About Misconceptions and Untapped Opportunities Presented by: Urs Schaffner, PhD, Head Ecosystems Management, CABI Modern classical biological control (or importation biological control) of invasive non-native weeds aims to mitigate their negative impacts on biodiversity, ecosystem services and human well-being. It implies the deliberate release of specialist natural enemies from the […]

Webinar: Injurious Wildlife Listing under the “Lacey Act”

What the “Lacey Act” is, the difference between the injurious and trafficking provisions, how the service focuses on adding high-risk species to the federal injurious list before they become established, and how effective that has been in preventing the establishment of those injurious animals.

Webinar: The Power of Ethical Framing

What the “Lacey Act” is, the difference between the injurious and trafficking provisions, how the service focuses on adding high-risk species to the federal injurious list before they become established, and how effective that has been in preventing the establishment of those injurious animals.

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