[Invasive-species] from black lists to legislation

Collin Claire Claire.Collin at health.fgov.be
Fri Jul 6 09:29:26 CEST 2007

Dear all,
As indicated by Etienne, please find annexed the Dutch translation of the recommandations of the Belgian Forum and the Belgian Contact Group on Invasive Species
Best regards,
Claire Collin 
Expert Biodiversity  
Federal Public Service Health, Food Chain Security and Environment - DG Environment 
Place Victor Horta, 40 bte 10 
B- 1060 Brussels 
Phone +32 (0)2 524 96 23 


-----Original Message-----
From: invasive-species-bounces at biodiversity.be [mailto:invasive-species-bounces at biodiversity.be]On Behalf Of Etienne Branquart
Sent: mercredi 4 juillet 2007 18:28
To: Invasive alien species in Belgium
Subject: [Invasive-species] from black lists to legislation

Dear all,

Based on the discussions organised within ad hoc meetings of the Belgian Forum and the Belgian Contact Group on Invasive Species, I prepared a short document presenting guidelines for the use of the black and watch list system within regulation tools. 

Please find here attached a French version of this document, that can still be modified, improved, etc. based on your ideas. I hope that those guidelines will be useful to improve the legislative framework dealing with IAS in Belgium. 

Have a nice summertime,


PS: a Dutch version of this document will be posted on the list in a few days by Claire Collin.

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