The new logging rules for public forests have just been released.
They are described as disaster for old growth forests, rainforest, river health, threatened species, Koalas, and global warming.
Liz and Jos camped under trees looking for owls and sea eagles, conducting citizen surveys of two NSW forests on the block be logged:
Corruna Forest and the Corn Trail bushwalking path.
Long time activist Margaret Blakers gives insight into why after decades of campaigning we are still not saving forests.
She encourages us to jump on board the rising tide of action to stop native forest logging .
Earth Matters #1168 was produced by Bec Horridge
One Stop Chop
Book: The Forest Wars
Petition : “End Native Forest Logging by 2020”
More about Spotted Quolls
North East Forest Alliance media release: Logging Rules for Public Forests as bad as always
Megan Williams, Teishan Ahearne, Bec Horridge, Else Kennedy & Nicky Stott