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Pocket Guide To Balsam Bashing

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40053990
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Invasive non-native species are hitting the headlines. But what are they? How are they damaging our environment in the UK nad Ireland? And what can you do about them?
This invaluable book is designed to slip into your pocket or rucksack, and offers lots of practical advice on what you can do to stop invasive non-native species harming native wildlife n your local area.

Theo Pike is an environmental, angling and marketing writer. As Chair of Trustees of the Wandle Trust he has been instrumental in restoring this south London river to its historic status as a world-famous chalkstream a partnership project involving invasive non-native species management on a full river catchment scale. As a result of his experience in urban river restoration, Theo has advised many groups on mobilising local support, motivating volunteers, best practice for river restoration and invasive species management, and promoting positive links between angling and conservation.

In recent years, we ve all become more familiar with the idea of invasive species.
Plants and animals as varied as giant hogweed, the mink and oak processionary moths regularly make headlines because of the health, environmental and economic problems they cause. Invasive deer contribute to more than 74,000 traffic accidents in the UK every year, while Japanese knotweed added £70m to the bill for staging the London Olympics, and could soon stop you getting a mortgage on your house. These invasive species destroy crops and forestry, dump silt into rivers, sabotage drains and electrical infrastructure, cut off access to beautiful places, and drive native rare and iconic species to extinction. And they cost us all a lot of money at least £1.8bn to the UK economy each year.
How can you help stop this expensive, dangerous (and ultimately boring) slide towards global blandification? Read on and then roll up your sleeves!

  • Paperback
  • 96 Colour Pages
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ISBN-13978-1906122621
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