Submission to Queensland biosecurity capability review – Aug 2015

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A joint submission by the Invasive Species Council and the Queensland Conservation Council to the Queensland Biosecurity Capability Review.

The submission argues for a greater focus on the environment, improved preventive action and more involvement of the community. As an example, there would be great benefits for Queensland’s environment from a concerted effort to control the state’s yellow crazy ant infestations.


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