Give wildlife a chance. After bushfires & 50 yrs of woodchipping, it's time for change!

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Susi Lovett
May 16, 2020
We have had so much devastation with our lands & animals.

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Lyndal Outram
May 13, 2020
Be the change, be the voice. Do you want a life without trees and no animals, that's where we are heading.

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gary bennell
May 13, 2020
It's the only sensible thing to do

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Deb Alexander
May 13, 2020
We are the majority, and we get to stop ugly profiteering at the expense of all other species!

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Annie Kennedy
May 13, 2020
The recent catastrophic bushfires make it more urgent than ever to end native forest logging and give our wildlife a chance. Native forest woodchipping has lost whatever social licence it once had and it's time for a full transition to plantations. The Eden woodchipper has destroyed forests of the region for 50 years*. At this time of climate emergency, these forests have a higher purpose than woodchips. After 50 years, our precious wildlife and forests have suffered enough. We need native forests as homes for wild creatures, as carbon stores and protectors of climate, soil and water. Almost 70% of people in all Australian States oppose native forest logging.

*On 28th November 1969 the chipper at the Eden woodchip mill was commissioned.

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Lawrence Iley
May 13, 2020
We need biodiversity,and not extinsion.

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Robyn Knobel
May 13, 2020
Our politicians,developers ,forestry and fossil fuels have nearly destroyed our country ,our oceans ,reefs ,and river systems. Greed and corruption is rife !Many species are struggling to survive the constant onslaught of destruction ,human caused climate change effects etc. It is imperative that we value these precious ecosystems and species

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Ivan Ballin
May 13, 2020
Extinhction is forever.

You cannot take your fame, your money or your status with you when YOU become extinct.

Your children will not thank you for leaving them enough money to attend a zoo.

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Cyril Smith
May 13, 2020
We need to care for Nature as Nature will care for us.

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Ray Peck
May 12, 2020
After the devastating fires, we need to save what's left. It's worth more than wood chips.