The Victorian government has committed to transition out of native forest logging by January 1, 2024. Ending logging is climate action.
Now is a critical moment in history for First Nations justice and forest restoration. It’s time for all Victorians to participate in ecologically responsible land stewardship that allows threatened species and forest ecosystems to recover from logging and build resilience to climate change.
Now is a sensitive time for affected workers. Together, we can support communities to transition and create regenerative regional economies that leave no one behind.
February 26, 2024
Across the mountains of south eastern Australia, climate change is already driving profound change. In many places in the high country of NSW and Victoria, snow gum forests are facing a double sided threat: dieback, caused by a native beetle is killing individual trees,...Read More
February 08, 2024
Oli Moraes As an environmentalist, my assumptions, perspectives and values have been challenged over the last two years since working on Indigenous-forest management with Djaara. Through difficult conversations, walking on Country with Traditional Owners, scientists, environmentalists, foresters, students, everyday people, MPs and representatives from...Read More
January 12, 2024
Climate change is supercharging our bushfire seasons. Victoria’s latest Climate Science Report predicts that the annual number of high fire danger days in Victoria is projected to increase, in some areas, by over 60% by the 2050s. These climate-fuelled bushfires threaten lives, housing, health,...Read More