ELI's Invasive Species Seminars convene interdisciplinary experts to discuss emerging policy issues related to the introduction into and spread of invasive species within the United States. Our goal is to help lawyers, policymakers, land managers, and other stakeholders halt the invasion by highlighting new and effective models and opportunities for invasive species prevention. All seminars are archived online for future viewing at the links below.
- Tackling Invasive Species at the Landscape Level: Lessons Learned from South Florida and the Everglades
- Preventing the Next Kudzu: A Life-cycle Approach to Low Invasion-potential Bioenergy Production
- Gene Editing: A Next Generation Tool for Invasive Species Management?
- Non-native Wildlife Disease: Prevention, Rapid Response, and Containment
- New Developments in the Science and Policy of Prevention (no archive available)
- New Frontiers for Ballast Water Treatment at the Intersection of Science, Technology and Policy
- Invasive Species and Climate Change: Addressing the Intersecting Drivers of Ecosystem Transformation
- Pathway Risk Assessment: Stopping Invasions Before They Start
- Bioenergy and Invasive Species: Inter-agency Coordination and the Renewable Fuel Standard
- Species Risk Assessment Tools: Science and Policy Applications
- Clean, Drain, and Dry! Building Consensus to Prevent the Spread of Aquatic Invasive Species via Recreational Boats
- Fading Forests: Protecting America’s Trees from Non-native Pests and Diseases
- Meeting the Injurious Wildlife Challenge: Legislative, Regulatory, and Voluntary Approaches