What’s happening in our forests?
We can be proud of the forest protection we achieved in 2001. Since then however continued logging, climate change and forest diseases have combined to have profound impacts on forest health and wildlife.
Our karri and jarrah forests are still being logged despite the industry continually running at a loss. As taxpayers we are paying to see our forests destroyed. Over 80% of the wood from our forests ends up as firewood, wood chips and railway sleepers. Our forests are worth more as habitat for wildlife, carbon stores and community heritage.
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