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Deforestation

Log  Landing in Victoria's Central Highlands © Knitting Nannas of Toolangi

Modern logging, especially clearfellling is an unsustainable process that threatens wildlife, water security, biodiversity and contributes significantly to climate change around the globe. Selective logging performed with due care and consideration, can be a clean, endless source of building materials and used in countless other products. However, modern machinery and clearfell logging practices present novel threats to humans, wildllife and already stressed ecosystems.

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