Advancing One Biosecurity to Address the Pandemic Risks of Biological Invasions

@article{Hulme2021AdvancingOB,
  title={Advancing One Biosecurity to Address the Pandemic Risks of Biological Invasions},
  author={Philip E. Hulme},
  journal={Bioscience},
  year={2021},
  volume={71},
  pages={708 - 721}
}
  • P. Hulme
  • Published 2021
  • Medicine
  • Bioscience
The world is witnessing a global rise in numbers of emerging invasive alien species, but identifying which species pose a pandemic threat remains poorly understood The disjointed international regulatory environment presents a significant challenge to biosecurity interventions at a global scale A novel way forward is through One Biosecurity, an interdisciplinary approach to biosecurity policy and research that enhances the interconnections between human, animal, plant, and environmental health… Expand

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