Tourism biosecurity risk

The Advertiser, Sunday Mail, 8 February 2015

The amount of seized fruit, vegetables and meat at Adelaide Airport has increased in recent years, and Associate Professor in biosecurity at the University of Adelaide, Phill Cassey is concerned biosecurity breaches will have a negative effect on South Australia’s economy.

“The critical point for SA is that trade and tourism is boosted by its clean green food and wine production. As a consequence, biosecurity awareness has to increase accordingly.”

Phill Cassey’s interview was published in the Advertiser, Sunday Mail on 8 February, 2015.

More information about biosecurity can be found on the Environment Institute website.

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