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File Late lessons II Chapter 20 - Invasive alien species: a growing but neglected threat
Located in Publications Late lessons from early warnings: science, precaution, innovation Single chapters
Policy Document Council of Europe (2003). European strategy on invasive alien species. Convention on the Conservation of European Wildlife and Natural Habitats (Bern Convention).
Council of Europe, T-PVS (2003) 7 revised: 60 pp.
Located in Environmental policy document catalogue
Publication Towards an early warning and information system for invasive alien species (IAS) threatening biodiversity in Europe
Invasive alien species (IAS) have become a major driver of biodiversity loss, second only to habitat fragmentation in recent decade. Europe is particularly affected by alien species, which are invading the continent an unprecedented pace. Their impact means that many of the region's rarest endemic species are on the brink of extinction and that our well-being and economies are affected. Establishing an early warning and rapid response framework for Europe become a key target. The present publication is the EEA contribution to achieving this goal.
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Common environmental theme Nature protection and biodiversity - Drivers and pressures (Belgium)
The related key drivers and pressures on nature protection and biodiversity in Belgium
Located in The European environment – state and outlook 2010 Country assessments Belgium
Common environmental theme Nature protection and biodiversity - Drivers and pressures (Belgium)
Invasive alien species in Belgium
Located in The European environment – state and outlook 2010 Belgium Nature protection and biodiversity - Drivers and pressures (Belgium)
Common environmental theme Nature protection and biodiversity - Drivers and pressures (Belgium)
Invasive alien species in the Flemish Region
Located in The European environment – state and outlook 2010 Belgium Nature protection and biodiversity - Drivers and pressures (Belgium)
Common environmental theme Nature protection and biodiversity - Drivers and pressures (Belgium)
Invasive alien species in the Walloon Region
Located in The European environment – state and outlook 2010 Belgium Nature protection and biodiversity - Drivers and pressures (Belgium)
Common environmental theme Nature protection and biodiversity - Drivers and pressures (Belgium)
Invasive alien species in the Brussels-Capital Region
Located in The European environment – state and outlook 2010 Belgium Nature protection and biodiversity - Drivers and pressures (Belgium)
Common environmental theme Nature protection and biodiversity - Drivers and pressures (Belgium)
Impact of climate change on biodiversity in Belgium
Located in The European environment – state and outlook 2010 Belgium Nature protection and biodiversity - Drivers and pressures (Belgium)
Publication The impacts of invasive alien species in Europe
Biological invasions are one of the main drivers of biodiversity loss. Invasive alien species (IAS) may have far-reaching and harmful effects on the environment and natural resources for generations. The purpose of this report is to raise awareness among key stakeholders, decision-makers, policymakers and the general public about the environmental and socioeconomic impacts of IAS. Twenty-eight dedicated species accounts are provided to highlight the various types of impacts. These species accounts are based on thorough, up-to-date scientific information from recent research and studies, and highlight the multifaceted impacts of IAS at both the global and regional levels.
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