BROWN BAG #34- Biosecurity Bills at Crossover (2024 Legislative Session)

Posted on Feb 13, 2024 in brownbag, News, slider

As the legislative session progresses, understanding the implications of proposed biosecurity bills becomes crucial for those dedicated to safeguarding our islands’ biodiversity. The Hawaiʻi Invasive Species Council (HISC) is thrilled to announce a special edition of our Brown Bag Presentation Series focused on this very topic.

HISC Brown Bag Presentation Series #34
Biosecurity Bills at Crossover (2024 Legislative Session)
Presenters: Christy Martin & Stephanie Easley, Coordinating Group on Alien Pest Species
Watch Presentation on YouTube

This year, an unprecedented number of biosecurity related legislative proposals are under consideration, each with the potential to significantly influence Hawaiʻi’s biosecurity and invasive species management strategies. Yet, keeping track of and understanding the implications of these bills can be daunting. That’s where our experts from the Coordinating Group on Alien Pest Species (CAGAPS), Christy Martin and Stephanie Easley, step in. With their deep understanding of both the ecological and legislative landscapes, they’ll guide us through the most impactful bills, offering insights into their implications and clarifying any complex legal terminology or legislative processes.

Missed the live presentation? Watch on YouTube
HISC Brown Bag Talks YouTube Playlist