Connecticut Law Review Volume 43 - Issue 4

Leading by Example: A Comparison Of New Zealand’s and the United States’ Invasive Species Policies

Invasive species pose a threat to native ecosystems and to the economy. It is estimated that the United States spends $138 billion annually in agricultural losses, infrastructure damage, and management costs stemming from invasive species. The United States’ invasive species management policy is a conglomeration of federal and state statutes that do not coalesce into […]

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