Our joint report with Monash University reveals environmentally destructive ants, bees and wasps could be hitching a ride into Australia on an international bug superhighway.
An investigation into insects overseas that represent the greatest risks for Australia and how they could arrive in this country.
The Invasive Species Council supports the development of an interim national priority list of exotic environmental pests and diseases as the first step in developing a more comprehensive list of environmental biosecurity risks for Australia.
The Australian government is stalling on passing a new biosecurity levy that would help keep out major threats like the African swine fever virus.
The Australian government has drawn up a hit list of overseas environmental invaders we need to keep out of the country.
Delegates from Australia, New Zealand, the US, Canada and Mexico made first ever biosecurity symposium a smashing success.
Our Risks and Pathways Project set out to identify insect species from other countries that, if they ever reach Australia, have the potential to cause great harm to our natural environment.
The fifth Island Arks Symposium had many important take-home messages, but the one that stood out for our CEO Andrew Cox was that invasive species issues on Pacific islands are becoming ‘agonisingly important’.