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Reforma Agraria Sejati
— February 07, 2012
Tanggal 12 Januari 2012 adalah aksi bersama di Jakarta dan 27 Provinsi di Sumatera, Jawa, Kalimantan, Sulawesi, Bali dan Nusa Tenggara Timur. Aksi ini menyatakan perlawanan terhadap perampasan tanah yang dilakukan oleh rezim SBY-Boediono di seluruh Indonesia.
JFCC on Forest - what are the main causes of deforestation? (Mubariq Ahmad)
— October 22, 2010
Jakarta Foreign Correspondents Club's panel on the Indonesian forest (20/10/2010) answers questions about deforestation. Sharing his view was Mubariq Ahmad (Climate Change Policy Advisor, World Bank).
Tangkahan: The Hidden Paradise in Sumatera
Yerry Nikholas Borang
— June 29, 2010
Dokumentasi mengenai suasana kawasan konservasi Tangkahan yang indah di Sumatera Utara
Logging Brown Mountain
— November 27, 2008
Brown Mountain on the Errinundra Plateau has some of the largest remaining old-growth forest in Victoria. The ancient trees which grow there are up to 15 metres in diameter. The Victorian government has sent in loggers to clear-fell the area after promising before the last state election to protect it as part of a network of "iconic forests walks" to be developed in high conservation value forests across Victoria.
— August 15, 2007
A seven minute documentary about two guys in Brisbane who create forests using the 'chunky pizza' technology.
When the Plantations Came
— November 28, 2007
A moving 30 minute documentary produced in 2001, showing how people's lives are affected by the woodchipping plantation industry in Tasmania. Interviews with those living on the land - organic farmers, retirees and others - about how the clearing and poisoning of land affects them directly, and with people such as eco-tourism operators who tell how sustainable industries are put under threat by the destructive practices of large forestry corporations. Images of the incredible beauty of wild forests in Tasmania are contrasted by the devastation and plantation monocultures that threaten the bio-diversity of this region.
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.
Stand Up for Our Forests!
Simon de Little
— March 24, 2009
On 22d of March 2009 over 150 protesters marched through the streets of Hobart to the Police Headquarters. Upon arriving, 30 members of the group offered to be charged with trespassing in the Upper Florentine Valley. This action was in response to Tasmania Police charging only 11 peaceful protestors who were among the 1000+ people who walked into the 'exclusion zone' on the 18th and 31st of January.
Victorian Premiers broken conservation promises
— December 15, 2007
When the Premier is a liar who can you trust? In 1995 John Brumby was the leader of the Victorian Labor party then in opposition. In this clip from 1995 we see John Brumby speak with passion declaring if elected a Labor government would end all logging in High Conservation Value old-growth forests, end all export wood chipping in Victoria and move the logging industry completely out of old-growth forests and into Plantations.
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