How can protecting forests possibly help secure a safe climate?
But if forests are cut down don’t forests grow back and soak up carbon again?
If we use the trees for timber and paper won’t that lock up the carbon?
What about burning forest wood to make electricity as a climate friendly, alternative to coal?
How much would it cost to stop logging our forests then?
I’ve heard we’d have to import timber if we stopped logging.
The logging in other countries would have to be worse surely?
We’re told that most forests are protected – is that right?
AFCA Update 2017
IT’S TIME TO END THE FAILED REGIONAL FOREST AGREEMENTS
NEW REPORT EXPOSES 20 YEARS OF FAILURE ON FORESTS AND CLIMATE
Australia: World leader in deforestation and species extinction
The Burning Controversy of the RET Review: Native Forest Destruction.
LABOR MUST PASS THE RET TEST
AUSTRALIA TURNS BACK TO THE DARK AGES OF ENERGY PRODUCTION
THE ABBOTT GOVERNMENT’S TRADE OFF WITH LABOR SPELLS DISASTER FOR NATIVE FORESTS
NATIVE FORESTS SHOULD NOT BE USED AS A BARGAINING CHIP, SAYS CONSERVATION GROUP
2011 - 2014
Abbott's slush fund for polluters
GOVERNMENT’S DECISION TO HOST ASIA-PACIFIC RAINFOREST SUMMIT CALLED HYPOCRITICAL
New UK Government Science Report Confirms Burning Forests Bad for Climate
BURNING NATIVE FORESTS FOR ELECTRICITY. WHAT AN ENERGY POLICY!
Australia must close the LULUCF Loopholes (COP 17)
Federal Environment Act Reform fails Forests and Climate Change
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Time to end the RFAs
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