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Publications

Biopollution & Invasive Species

International Law Related to Precautionary Approaches to National Regulation of Plant Imports
February 1, 2005

This article by CTA staff attorney Peter Jenkins discusses national efforts to regulate the importation of potentially invasive plant species in light of international free trade agreements.

CTA Policy Positions on Wild Animal Cloning, Genetic Engineering, and Patenting
December 31, 2004

CTA rejects the cloning, genetic engineering, and patenting of wild species.

NECIS Position Statement: Decreasing Ecological Risks Related to International Trade
December 30, 2004

The National Environmental Coalition on Invasive Species, of which CTA is a member, urges the U.S. government to explore and adopt policies to reduce the spread of damaging invasive species associated with international trade.

NECIS Position Statement: Improving Funding to Address Invasive Species
December 30, 2004

The National Environmental Coalition on Invasive Species, of which CTA is a member, urges the federal government to make a commitment to fully funding programs known to be efficient and effective at addressing the problem of invasive species.

NECIS Position Statement: Reducing Introductions of Invasive Species
December 30, 2004

The National Environmental Coalition on Invasive Species, of which CTA is a member, urges the federal government to better regulate the introduction of harmful invasive species into the United States.