Save our wildlife
I’ve just listened to Professor Vanclay from SCU Lismore on ABC north coast radio saying that the chances of having another fire event like we had in 2019–2020 are most unlikely. Wow, from what planet is he? Most scientists are saying that there will be more and more extreme events happening in the future. I’m scared of what he is teaching our students about the future at the university.
In the meantime, courageous protector, Valerie Thomson, is holding up the logging for a second day, of some of oldest, and biggest trees in Doubleduke State Forest, to raise awareness of what is happening to our public forests, and especially the wildlife depending on them.
We have to stop logging our native forests, especially after the huge impact the fires had on billions of animals. There will be no tourists coming here to see piles of wood chips, they want to see koalas, owls and gliders.