‘Ecological thinning’ or native logging by stealth? Debate flares over future of WA forests

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Normal text sizeLarger text sizeVery large text size About 220,000 hectares of previously logged West Australian forest could still be subject to tree removal beyond a 2024 native timber logging ban “for environmental health” as trees compete for water in a drying climate. The figure, identified in an independent report compiled for the state government,…

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