guide to designing legal and institutional frameworks on alien invasive species
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Published by IUCN--the World Conservation Union in Gland, Switzerland, Cambridge, UK .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Biological diversity conservation -- Law and legislation.,
  • Nonindigenous pests -- Law and legislation.,
  • Biological diversity conservation -- Government policy.,
  • Nonindigenous pests -- Government policy.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementClare Shine, Nattley Williams, and Lothar Gündling.
SeriesEnvironmental policy and law paper ;, no. 40, IUCN environmental policy and law paper ;, no. 40.
ContributionsWilliams, Nattley., Gündling, Lothar.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsK3488 .S548 2000
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 138 p. ;
Number of Pages138
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3988492M
LC Control Number2001320104

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "A contribution to the Global Invasive Species Programme." "IUCN--Environmental Law Centre.". This book provides law- and policy-makers with practical information and guidance for developing or strengthening legal and institutional frameworks on alien invasive species. It contains illustrations and practical examples to assist in understanding the impact of alien species introductions. This book complements the works of scientists, ecologists and economist by Cited by: The goal of this Guide is to provide national law and policy-makers with practical information and guidance for developing or strengthening legal and institutional frameworks on alien invasive species, consistently with Article 8(h) of the Convention on Biological Diversity, as well as pertinent obligations under other international and regional instruments. Legal and Institutional Frameworks for Invasive Alien Species 3 Why strong legal frameworks are so important Human activities that lead to alien species introductions and, in some cases, to biological invasions are addressed by legal systems from many angles. A mass of sectoral laws for agriculture, fisheries, forestry.

European strategy on invasive alien species For a full list of titles in this series, please see the back of the book. The opinions expressed in this work are those of the authors and do not necessarily Strengthening national policy, legal and institutional frameworks.. A Guide to Designing Legal and Institutional Frameworks on Alien Invasive Species. Environmental Policy and Law Paper No. 40 IUCN - Environmental Law Centre A Contribution to the Global Invasive Species Programme IUCN - The .   By comparing the number of first detected invasive species in Hong Kong and Macao, a nearby region with similar climate conditions and similar colonial history, we found that species in mainland China were more likely to come from Hong Kong than Macau (χ 2 = , p Cited by: 3. A guide to designing legal and institutional frameworks on alien invasive species This guide seeks to help by providing national law and policy makers with practical information and guidance for developing of strengthening legal and institutional frameworks on alien invasive species, consistent with Article 8(h) of the CBD, as well as pertinent.

Pascal M, Lorvelec O, Vigne JD () Invasions biologiques et extinctions. 11, ans déhistoire des vertébrés en France. Quae-Belin Editions, Paris Shine C, Williams N, Gündling L () A guide to designing legal and institutional frameworks on alien invasive species. IUCN, Gland Scalera R () Invasioni by: The European Strategy on Invasive Alien Species developed in the framework of the Bern Convention, encourages the implementation of co-ordinated measures in all European states so as to prevent or. Invasive alien species (IAS) are introduced plants, animals and micro-organisms which, when spreading, represent serious threats to ecosystems, habitats or species, including humans. As a form of biological pollution, they represent the main threat to the country’s unique biological biodiversity. At least 21 introduced species of mammal, reptile and mollusc are naturalized in . A Guide to Designing Legal and Institutional Frameworks on Alien Invasive Species This guide seeks to help by providing national law and policy makers with practical information and guidance for developing and strengthening legal and institutional frameworks on alien invasive species, consistent with Article 8(h) of the CBD, as well as.