CEO, Invasive Species Council
Andrew Cox is CEO of the Invasive Species Council, where he leads a national non-government organisation specialising in stopping the arrival and spread of environmental harmful feral animals, weeds and other invaders. He sits on committees advising the Queensland and NSW governments on biosecurity and the national feral cat taskforce, is vice chair of Environmental Justice Australia and is president of 4nature.
Crazy ants and feral deer - two influential landowner led initiatives
Invasive species are increasingly being recognised as a major threat to Australia’s natural environment. For many animals such as mammals and frogs these are the main threats to their survival. With the arrival into Australia of new harmful invasive species, impacts are set to worsen. Landholder responses are increasingly becoming more sophisticated. Two examples are […]