The Horus Institute is a leading organization in the management of invasive alien species in Brazil and in Latin America.
Natural ecosystems are functional and resilient to climate change.
Socioecological systems are sustainable and include adaptive measures to the management of invasive alien species and to mitigate the impacts of climate change.
Invasive alien species management initiatives are widespread in Brazil and in other Latin American countries, and include action by civil society.
The public recognizes the term “invasive alien species” and understands that they are harmful to the environment, health, the economy, and society.