The RIS-Ký team has submitted an article to the February edition of the Darwin Initiative Newsletter on the collaborations they undertook as part of their current Darwin Plus Project (DPLUS056) and a subsequent horizon scanning project across the UKs 14 Overseas Territories (UKOTs) and the British Antarctic Territory (BAT).
These areas represent a diverse set of biological regions with incredible species, habitats and people. The Centre for Ecology & Hydrology has been delighted to be involved with these two projects working across all of the UK's regions overseas, and are happy to share the incredible collaborations and experiences they have had over the last two years. In particular, invasive non-native (and native) mosquitoes were identified as a major threat to human health and well-being. For more information on the UKOTs work, funded by the UK Government, please see these .