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Inter-Agency Liaison Group on Invasive Alien Species

Publié on mer, 13 Mar 2013, 17:49

The IPPC Secretariat and FAO recently hosted the Inter Agency Liaison Group on Invasive Alien Species (IALG-IAS) at FAO Headquarters in Rome. Established in 2011, the IALG on IAS focuses on facilitating global cooperation to prevent the introduction of IAS and on working together in the control or eradication of such threats to ecosystems, habitats, and species. More information is available on the group’s website (http://www.cbd.int/invasive/lg/).

The meeting was very productive, as the main focus was to modernize the Terms of Reference and discuss the purpose, responsibilities, and functions of the group. The outcome ...

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Seminar on International Trade and Invasive Alien Species (IAS) 12-13 July 2012 and meeting of the Inter Agency Liaison Group on Invasive Alien Species (IALG on IAS) 13 July 2012

Publié on mar, 25 Sep 2012, 10:10

IPPC participated in a workshop organized by the Standard and Trade Development Facility ( STDF), the IPPC and the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE), 12 and 13 July 2012. Three IPPC Secretariat staff members intervened in the meeting, to underline what has been done in invasive alien species management. What emerged is the importance of the link between international trade and IAS.

Ms Ana Peralta, Implementation Officer, highlighted , from the IPPC perspective, the improvements and all the work done in order to get over the difficulties in controlling the introduction and spread of IAS through international trade.

Then Mr Brent ...

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