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The end of native forest logging

david lindenmayer standing in front of a dandenong native forest
David Lindenmayer is a professor at the Australian National University and an expert in forestry and resource management. Background image credit: Ippei Naoi / Getty Images.

The evidence is in: logging our native forests increases fire risk, threatens water supply, destroys habitat, squanders a carbon resource, and doesn’t even supply timber. The next big thing? A politician guided by the science and good economics.

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