Pages tagged "Forests"
Friends of the Earth and the Melbourne Water Catchment Network have warned that the Nippon Paper Group, the new owners of Australian Paper, will be under intense pressure from a ‘consumer awareness campaign’ to stop the company sourcing woodchip logs from Melbourne’s water supply catchments.Read more
Environmentalists and Traditional Owners have established a peaceful direct action camp today (June 1), vowing to prevent further logging in the Millewa Red Gum wetlands on the Murray River in NSW.Read more
At College Creek, a site of National Conservation Significance, currently being logged.Read more
Major woodchip exports are disrupted today as forest conservationists take action at ports in Tasmania, Victoria and New South Wales.Read more
A great chance to catch-up on what's happening with forest campaigning in Victoria, with speakers and reports from around the state. Saturday May 16.Read more
Friends of the Earth and Wombat Forest Society today expressed alarm at planned increases in sawlog volumes from native forest logging in Eastern Victoria.Read more
Public forum: What role did climate change play in the Black Saturday fires?
How can we ensure Victoria is protected from extreme fire events?
Tuesday April 7
Friends of the Earth is asking for assistance in raising money to protect the Strzelecki Koala, the only 'genetically diverse' koala population left in Victoria and South AustraliaRead more
The new owner of Maryvale Pulp Mill, Nippon Paper, has immediately been involved in a controversy over logging sites of National Conservation Significance in the Strzelecki Ranges.Read more
Like everyone else in Victoria we are in a state of shock and sadness as fires continue to rip through much of the state. Please check here to find out how to support affected communities.Read more