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National Action Plan on Invasive Alien Species 2021-2025

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  • 2021
  • Pages
    84
  • Publisher
    Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry & Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources
  • Country
    Malaysia
  • Language
    English
  • ISBN
    9789830472744

Abstract

This book highlights the efforts and strategies to conserve and to manage the biodiversity from the threats of IAS through Malaysia National Action Plan on Invasive Alien Species 2021-2025 (NAP IAS 2021-2025).

This NAP IAS 2021-2025 will be implemented by various target groups and responsible agencies. It contains 11 targets, 27 activities and 69 sub-activities under 3 goals as follows:

Goal 1: Improve the understanding and public awareness of IAS; intensifying capacity building for the implementation of the action plan; as well enhancing research and development of IAS.

Goal 2 : Establish a formal and transparent mechanism for risk assessment of alien species and initiate response plans and the capacity to contain and eradicate potential IAS before their release into Malaysia.

Goal 3 : Strengthen quarantine enforcement and inspection at Malaysia’s entry points and international borders in controlling and preventing the entry and spread of IAS into Malaysia.

Citation

National Action Plan on Invasive Alien Species 2021-2025, 2021. Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry & Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources, Malaysia. pp. 84.

Species   58 records

by Kingdom Species
  • Plants 9
  • Animals 43
  • Fungus 5
  • Chromista 1
  • Total 58
by IUCN Status Species
  • Vulnerable 2
  • Near Threatened 1
  • Least Concern 30
  • Total 33
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58 records
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