Editorial comment ///

We tend to think about environmental threats exclusively in terms of dangers that arise as the result of human industry: toxic chemicals released in manufacturing, pesticide runoff from large-scale agriculture, and the biggest boogeyman of all, greenhouse gases from burning hydrocarbons. But it turns out that often the most destructive threats to the natural environment are themselves part of nature—i.e., invasive animal and plant species.

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