Global treaty to combat invasive species to go ahead

An international treaty which aims to stop the spread of invasive aquatic species in ships’ ballast water will enter into force in 2017

by Rachel Salvidge
The Finnish ambassador hands over the country’s instrument of acceptance to the Ballast Water Management Convention to the IMO secretary general. Photograph: International Maritime Organization
The Finnish ambassador hands over the country’s instrument of acceptance to the Ballast Water Management Convention to the IMO secretary general. Photograph: International Maritime Organization

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