Q+A: The backstory on invasive plant species with CABI’s Arne Witt
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Invasive plant species pose a major threat to biodiversity, water resources, food security, economic development and human health – and this threat is expected to increase with climate change and the additional trade and travel associated with globalizing economies.
How can we prevent invasions and protect the livelihoods of the rural poor who have most to lose from the destructive impacts of these plants?
Read the full interview Q+A: The backstory on invasive plant species with CABI’s Arne Witt on Landscape News.
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