Take action! After the fires, forests need protection

A new report showing analysis of maps and data from the 2019/20 Black Summer bushfires has revealed the significant areas of unburnt forests critical for bushfire affected wildlife are set to be logged by the Victorian Government.

These and other important areas are still scheduled for logging, when they need to be protected. Take action and email decision makers to drop logging plans and protect forests and wildlife.

 


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  • Angela Bennett
    commented 2021-03-26 22:49:27 +1100
    Please check out this site.

    The last large section of East Gippsland that is left is about to be logged.
    It is an area North of Orbost which was untouched by the Bushfires in 2019 – 2020.

    A more extensive ecological assessment of wildlife dependant on this area which is likely to be the last unburnt native forest on the Eastern Seaboard needs to be completed before this logging operation is implemented.

    Many activists are gathering in camps in the area.

    If you would like to participate contact this site.

    There is also a Facebook presence for this group.
  • Tuffy Morwitzer
    published this page in Latest News 2021-02-23 10:13:26 +1100
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