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Doctors for the Environment Australia: Victorian Government urged to end native forest logging

As the federal government considers joining the global push to halt deforestation by 2030 at COP27 this week, the Victorian government is facing calls at home to end native forest logging and protect the forests that provide critical services for Victorians.

Doctors for the Environment (DEA) member Dr Jennifer Conway, also member of the DEA Biodiversity Special Interest group, said the DEA was calling for:

  • Urgent actions to bring forward the 2030 exit from native forest logging, including immediate roll-out of measures to support workers and the forestry industry.
  • Full consultation and shared decision making with Traditional Owners.
  • Declaration of the Great Forest National Park by the State Government in this term of office.

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