RIS-Ky project manager Jodey Peyton is delighted to be presenting this poster at the 2019 Island Biology Conference in La Réunion. The poster gives an overview of the work undertaken by CEH and the amazing number of experts that worked together to generate lists of invasive non-native species predicted to arrive on UKOTs and have impacts on biodiversity, human health and economy in the next ten years. The first horizon scan was completed in 2017 as part of our Darwin Plus 056, with the results now being published open access in Biological Invasions. The UKOTs project that ran from 2018-2019 is now complete and the final report be published soon. Please see https://www.ceh.ac.uk/news-and-media/blogs/predicting-threat-invasive-non-native-species-british-overseas-territories and https://www.ceh.ac.uk/news-and-media/blogs/predicting-invasive-non-native-species-arrivals-british-indian-ocean-territory for more information on this project.