This document delivers practical information to on-the-ground staff at onshore and offshore projects and operations, helping them to identify key issues and solutions and to embed active consideration of alien invasive species (AIS) from the earliest stages of the project. It also provides a high level overview to environmental and project managers on why and how AIS should be managed. In many cases, review and use of this guidance document by contractors and service providers, such as construction and plant and vessel operators, and shipping companies, will also be appropriate.
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