Will 2024 be the year native forest logging finally comes to an end in Australia?
Australia’s native forests are home to some of our most vulnerable and threatened species and hold critical cultural and ecological value. While native forest logging is being phased out in Western Australia and Victoria, other states are failing to take action to protect these iconic and precious ecosystems.
Join Bob Brown, former Senator and Leader of the Australian Greens, Polly Hemming, Director Climate & Energy program at the Australia Institute, and Professor Brendan Mackey, Climate Action Beacon at Griffith University, to discuss how native forest logging has been successfully phased out in in other jurisdictions, as well as the opportunities for greater forestry protection and restoration in Australia.
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