CABI-led study recommends improvements to how impacts of Non-Native Species are assessed
CABI has led an international team of Non-Native Species (NNS) specialists who have compiled a list of recommendations to improve the way in which the impact of a range of invasive pests, such as the tomato leaf miner Tuta absoluta, are assessed, potentially helping towards ensuring greater global food security.
Scientists confirm first report of egg parasitoid in Africa to fight devastating fall armyworm
A group of scientists have confirmed the first report of an egg parasitoid Telenomus remus in Africa which could prove an important biological weapon in the fight against the devastating fall armyworm (Spodoptera frugiperda) that threatens the food security of more than 200 million people.
CABI scientist helps identify alien species that present greatest threat to European biodiversity
CABI scientist Dr Marc Kenis has joined an international team of researchers who have identified 66 alien species, not yet established in the European Union, that pose the greatest threat to European biodiversity and ecosystems as outlined in a new paper published today in the journal Global Change Biology.