Discover how CABI is tackling invasive species and read recent research and reports.

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Action on Invasives

CABI’s global Action on Invasives programme aims to protect and improve the livelihoods of rural communities through an environmentally sustainable, regional, and cross-sectoral approach to managing invasive species.

An extension officer advising farmers in Ghana
Tea pickers in India

Other CABI projects

CABI has been tackling invasive species for over 100 years. We research major invasive species problems globally and our scientists are world leaders in developing biological controls and other invasive species management solutions.


Our cutting edge research plays a major part in tackling invasive species. CABI papers and reports on invasive species are widely cited and used to inform national and international invasive species policy and strategies.

Four African farmers in a muddy field


CABI is an international not-for-profit organisation that works to improve people’s lives worldwide by solving problems in agriculture and the environment. CABI’s work is delivered through dedicated teams and key partners in 49 countries across the globe.


Plantwise is a global programme led by CABI which aims to increase food security and improve rural livelihoods by reducing crop losses. Through a network of plant clinics, Plantwise helps smallholder farmers lose less of what they grow to pests and diseases.