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.
September 25, 2023
While firefighting is (and should remain) primarily the responsibility of individual states and territories, it is clear that Australia would benefit from a professional national firefighting team which can be deployed to assist firefighting efforts locally. In recent months, the defence strategic review and...Read More
September 11, 2023
'Ash forests’ – forest comprised of Mountain Ash, Alpine Ash, or sometimes both – are some of the most iconic forest types in Victoria, or even the world. Covering around 500,000 ha of Victoria and stretching from the Otways to the north-eastern boundary with...Read More
June 28, 2023
Following on from the wonderful news that clearfell logging will end Jan 1 2024 in Victoria, right now is a critical time for considering future forest management and supporting First Nations communities in their aspirations for self determination. We have created this initial draft of...Read More