Results of a public survey conducted by the Victorian government show overwhelming support for protecting native forests from logging and provide the Andrews Labor government with a strong platform to protect forests and transition jobs out of the native forest logging sector, say environment groups.
- Survey shows Victorian public say future of industry is in plantations
- Victorians support protecting forests and improved forest recreation opportunities
- Results show no need to continue with failed Regional Forest Agreements
The vast majority of Victorians want state forests protected, not logged and woodchipped, and Victorians want workers supported while leaving the industry, according to polling in three key marginal seats three weeks out from the Victorian state election.