Horizon scanning for new invasive non-native animal species in England (NECR009)

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Invasive non-native species (INNS) are recognised as one of the main causes of global biodiversity loss and current evidence demonstrates that this is a problem which is increasing. Consequently there are a large number of agreements, conventions, legislation and strategies pertaining to INNS.

The aim of the report was to produce a list of potential new invasive non-native animal species in England using existing information on INNS.

The purpose of this report is to help Natural England:

  • Develop a view on potential new invasive non-native species in England and their impacts to biodiversity.
  • Implement its invasive non-native species policy.
  • Further contribute towards the implementation of the Invasive Non-native Species Framework Strategy for Great Britain.

This record was published on 22 May 2009.

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NECR009 edition 1 1.4 MB .pdf 04 October 2011
NECR009 edition 1 - Annex 1 283.6 KB .pdf 04 October 2011