Conclusions and recommendations from the invasive alien species session at the 2002 Pacific Region Biodiversity Forum

The Global Biodiversity Forum (GBF) was founded in 1993 by IUCN, the World Resources Institute, UNEP, and the African Centre for Technology Studies. Its convenors include a number of other institutions. GBF is an open and independent mechanism that aims to encourage analysis, dialogue and partnership on key ecological, economic, social and institutional issues related to biodiversity and to contribute to the further development and implementation of biodiversity-related conventions at the local, national, regional and international levels.

Author de Poorter, M.
Date 15/10/2002
Year 2002
Secondary title Prevention and management of invasive alien species
Place published Conference Location
Publisher The Global Invasive Species Programme
Pages 43-46
Notes Notes
Links https://www.gisp.org/publications/workshops/AP_REGIO.PDF