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Tangisan Kayu (Tears of Wood)
— April 01, 2009
Tears of Wood takes you deep into the forests of Indonesia to discover its abundant life, and contrasts this dramatically against the destruction taking place in these same forests to satisfy the international demand for Indonesian timber.
Ned Trewartha: wooden boat builder
— December 12, 2007
A craftsman and devotee of fine Tasmanian timbers, Ned builds dinghies in his seaside workshop.
Karigar - Kaarvan - The Scent Of Candles
— July 30, 2013
Its through this art form that the livelihood of many families is there and how things for them has changed over time...
Burning Wood - The New Lifestyle of Soon Valley
— June 11, 2013
How a few Bio-Gas plants changed and added so much to the lives of the people of Soon Valley - Pakistan
The One Tree Project
— July 07, 2008
A documentary outlining some of the issues about Tasmanian forestry. One tree that was to be woodchipped for export is given to over 30 artists and craftspeople. The exhibition of the art works and furniture toured Australia for over three years. An on-line auction of the pieces after the exhibition raised over $10,000. As woodchips, the tree was valued at $350-$450 if that. What is the value of one tree ?
The Place That Got It Right
— July 10, 2008
An overview of the economic and environmental consequences of woodchipping Tasmania.
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