Eradicate, contain, or live with it? Collaborating with stakeholders to evaluate responses to invasive species

  title={Eradicate, contain, or live with it? Collaborating with stakeholders to evaluate responses to invasive species},
  author={Shuang Liu and David A. Cook},
  journal={Food Security},
Significant heterogeneity exists in the public’s preferences and values for protecting agricultural ecosystems against invasive non-native species. Therefore, biosecurity decision-making is akin to conflict management characterised by not only technical, but also environmental, social and economic value judgements of different stakeholders. The key question then, is not whether values should be considered in the decision-making process—they are part of it anyway—but how they should be… CONTINUE READING
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