The annual TOS Marine Biosecurity Partnership Meeting was held on 22 May 2015. This year the theme of the meeting was: Regional pathways management - potential and challenges.
Notes from the meeting, and the speakers presentations can be viewed below.
- Advantages of regulating pathways
- Perils of regulating pathways
- Incentives for good pathways behaviour
- Getting more effective with public awareness for pathways management
- How can we better engage with industries?
The results can be viewed on the notes from the meeting (from page 8)
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