Invasive Alien Species Information for FSM and its constituent states Chuuk, Kosrae, Pohnpei and Yap 2015
FSM and its constituent states have undertaken to develop a National Invasive Alien Species Strategy and Action Plan (NISSAP) in 2015. This desktop study was implemented to support the development of the NISSAP.
A concise discussion is presented based on a synthesis of the data and information collated highlighting key invasive alien species already occurring in the country or at the verge of potential invasion (considering pathways of introduction), key endemic and threatened species,and threatened ecosystems with description.
This dataset contains the strategy and action plan (2016 - 2021) for national invasive species of the Marshall Islands
Palau's National Invasive Species and Biosecurity Strategic Action Plan 2018-2022 describes goals, objectives, and actions for the National Invasive Species Committee (NISC) and associated members.
A strategy for the management of invasive species and address related issues in Kiribati as a whole.
This NISSAP has been developed to identify invasive species and priority actions to address their threats on the environment, economy and livelihood of people.
National Invasive alien species implementation action plan, July 2004 - June 2007: addressing "Theme 6 - Biosecurity" of the National Biodiversity Strategy & Action Plan
In 2001, the Government of Samoa released the National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan (NBSAP) for the conservation and sustainable development of the country's biological resources. The NBSAP identifies invasive alien species (IAS) as being one of the greatest threats to Samoa's
biodiversity. The National Invasive Alien Species Implementation Action Plan (NIASIAP) addresses this threat, building on the actions identified in 'Theme 6 - Biosecurity' of the NBSAP,
as well as elements of Themes 1, 2, 3 and 7, and pursuing the following objective:
The purpose of the National Invasive Species Strategy is to minimize the harmful effects of invasive species on the environment and society of Palau through coordination of efforts at all levels of Palauan society, and to facilitate cooperation with neighboring countries and the Pacific Islands region to prevent the movement of invasive species.
Available online|Adopted by the National Environmental Protected Council
Call Number: [EL]
Physical Description: 34 p.