Australia has already lost so many wonderful mammal species. Do we want the southern greater glider to suffer the same fate?
President Biden has called for protecting large, old trees from logging, but many of them could be cut while the regulatory process grinds forward.
For the proposed Great Koala National Park to actually help koalas, logging should stop and plantations should be added to the park.
We argue for an orderly transition from ‘timber mining’ to managed forestry in the tropics. Here’s a five-step plan to improve forest fates, with benefits for the climate, biodiversity and people.
Australia has a once-in-a-decade opportunity to fix environmental law. A new Wentworth Group report says the cumulative impacts from multiple projects must be considered.
Victoria’s iconic mountain ash forests are reeling from decades of logging and fire. They’re not recovering on their own.
One night, someone cut down a tree. It wasn’t just any tree. The loss of the Sycamore Gap tree sent a nation into grief. But why?
Founded in 1959, the membership group Trout Unlimited has changed the culture of fly-fishing and mobilized members to support conservation. Could its approach work for other social problems?
The UN ‘30 by 30’ biodiversity strategy aims to set aside 30% of land as protected areas. New research shows these areas do support biodiversity, but big parks also increase it outside their borders.
Fire frequency is increasing in all ecosystems studied. But in some places, fires were occurring so often it put entire ecosystems at risk of collapse.
Tasmania’s forestry wars aren’t over, if the uproar over the felling of a large mountain ash is anything to go by.
The Kenyan state has historically viewed forests in terms of production and economic development – not biodiversity and conservation.
A realistic look at forest management on the Nitassinan of Pessamit, based on data from the Québec government’s forest inventories.
Two states will soon end logging of native forests, but what about the other states? The federal government has powers to intervene but also faces obstacles to nationwide protection of these forests.
Now begins a long and difficult process to recover vast areas of forest after more than 50 years of destructive logging.
The end of native timber harvesting in Victoria offers a generational opportunity for First Peoples to care for Forest Country
Logging over the past two centuries has had a major impact on Québec’s forests. The traces it has left will guide the adoption of sustainable forest management techniques.
Illegal logging entrenches systemic corruption, undermines accountability in governance, and finances insecurity.
Protecting old and mature trees is the simplest and least expensive way to pull carbon out of the atmosphere – but proposed logging projects threaten mature stands across the US.
Victoria’s critically endangered Leadbeater’s possum is just hanging on, despite new plans and reserves aimed at protection. Plans to log some of its remaining habitat will not help