GISP Archives

The Global Invasive Species Programme (GISP) was extremely active until 2010, when it was forced to cease operations because of financial constraints.  In that period it produced many valuable resources, including workshop reports, guidelines and toolkits and training course resources.  The GISP website is no longer maintained and has some problems, but the GISP publications are available on the ISSG website here.

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Submitted by sziller on

I suggest you suppress this item and just add the GISP publications under LITERATURE. A lot of people don't know what GISP is or was, and it will be less relevant over time, so it does not seem to be a clear entry point.

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