John Kerr posted in biosecurity • border control • incursions • international trade • invasive species • pests • politics • TPPA on June 15th, 2016.
New Zealand could dramatically reduce outbreaks of invasive species if it selectively chose its international trade partners, suggests new research. Reviewing almost 50,000 exotic species border interceptions from the last 10 years, Victoria University researchers have identified the types of countries most likely to be a source of imported exotic invaders. Read more about the […]
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