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We invite you to join your voice to ours in asking the Hon. Lily D’Ambrosio, Minister for Environment and Climate Action, to act to end native forest logging in Victoria.

Logging our beautiful, irreplaceable forests increases the likelihood of severe bushfires and compromises the quality of our water whilst leaving 60% of the forest on the ground.

Logging is destroying the habitat of hundreds of unique plants and animals and driving their ecosystems to collapse.

We stand together representing more than 40 environmental groups including ACF NXNW, ACF Chisholm, ACF Macnamara, ACF Inner Melbourne, Australian Parents for Climate Action and many many thousands of voters around Victoria, both in marginal metropolitan seats and regional areas, to ask the Victorian State Government to end native forest logging by 2024.

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Victorians deeply appreciate the forests of this state, benefiting from a multitude of ecosystem services as well as recreation. Forests provide the city of Melbourne with fresh drinking water, clean air and ecotourism opportunities. It has been clear for many years now that the overwhelming majority of Victorians want to see forests protected into the future so that they can continue to benefit, as well as future generations to come.

These places are home to some of the state's most unique and threatened wildlife which needs our urgent protection and the government's genuine attention.

We are destroying a crucial part of the beauty that draws visitors to Victoria- and some of the most carbon-dense forests in the world.  

The State Government has pledged to end logging by 2030, but eight more years of logging native forests, and the failure to regenerate a significant proportion of them, means continued biodiversity loss, amplified bushfire risk and marginalises First Nations peoples who, as custodians of Country where the logging takes place, find its continued destruction painful.

On environmental, moral and economic grounds native forest logging must end as soon as possible - eight years is too long.  Victorians already oppose logging and would readily support a rapid cessation, particularly if they were informed that affected workers can transition to appropriate alternative employment and that there are major economic and environmental benefits for all of Victoria. 

This cannot wait. There is an urgent need to bring forward the 2030 end-date of native forest logging to 2024.

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This is a petition run by ACF Community groups in Victoria. By signing the open letter you are granting permission for the ACF Community to contact you. 

Latest Supporters

ally 2024-04-18 12:33:55 +1000
Lets not fuck future life on this great planet of ours in the old a**, fellow kindhearted people;)
Erik 2024-01-08 01:56:51 +1100
Peter 2023-11-13 04:54:48 +1100
Bonnie 2023-10-06 00:31:20 +1100
Risenka 2023-09-07 19:08:30 +1000
Caitlin 2023-08-29 22:07:01 +1000
Stephen 2023-07-17 19:34:15 +1000
Ande 2023-04-18 11:46:13 +1000
As a member of the Architecture community i am angered that PEFC has certified timber logged in our Native Forest and using a campaign of green washing to sell this as the sustainable alternative to the Architecture and design community.
This needs to be called out , logging our state forest should not be promoted as sustainable.
Regards Cat
Cat 2023-04-18 11:29:59 +1000
Vincent 2023-03-14 23:29:45 +1100
Grace 2023-03-14 15:56:16 +1100
Government must bring forward the planned and approved end to native forest logging to 2024 to save vital forest area that support precious and irreplaceable biodiversity and threatened species. Time is up – just end it now!!
Mark 2023-03-14 15:20:07 +1100
Soojin 2023-02-12 22:52:17 +1100
We need to stop logging native forests ASAP. 2030 is too late.
Liz 2023-01-30 15:48:03 +1100
Jason 2023-01-22 21:13:46 +1100
It’s time to end all logging of native timber in Victoria!
Joel 2023-01-17 15:38:56 +1100
Jana 2022-11-27 20:49:30 +1100
These forests and the animals that depend on them are too precious to lose – please stop logging now!
jane 2022-11-24 11:47:41 +1100
Susan 2022-11-24 11:03:15 +1100
Protect our precious native forests!
Isadora 2022-11-24 10:52:30 +1100
It is extremely disappointing that in this day and age we are still logging native forests in Australia.

Surely we can and must find a sustainable solution to our timber and wood pulp needs – ie: by recycling waste products and sustainable plantations.

This must be made a priority and our forests protected and restored as part of our urgent call to action to save our planet from extreme warming.
Noel 2022-11-24 10:47:08 +1100
Shirley 2022-11-22 10:02:55 +1100
John 2022-11-21 04:35:17 +1100
Your party & government’s commitment to limit climate change is failing. Now is the time to act, and to stop further damage to our environment, if we are going to have a liveable future.
Sarah 2022-11-20 18:39:55 +1100
Ray 2022-11-20 13:17:08 +1100
Charly 2022-11-18 15:55:06 +1100
Michelle 2022-11-16 11:14:29 +1100
End it!
Anne 2022-11-15 22:23:25 +1100
Nellie 2022-11-15 14:36:05 +1100
Morgan 2022-11-15 13:57:17 +1100