The logging industry is calling for Victoria’s national parks to be logged.

This ridiculous demand is completely out of step with public sentiment and would trash Victoria’s environmental record.

Thanks to your emails calling on the state government to immediately reject these calls, the Victorian Environment Minister Lily D’Ambrosio has made a public commitment that: “The Andrews Labor Government has no intention to log in National Parks”. 

Now let’s have the Coalition match this commitment. Tell the Leader of the Opposition Matthew Guy and Shadow Environment Minister Nick Wakeling to publicly reject these calls to log Victoria’s national parks.


We will send this email to Matthew Guy and Nick Wakeling for you:

Dear Mr Guy and Mr Wakeling,

The logging industry is calling for Victoria’s national parks to be logged.

The Victorian Environment Minister Lily D’Ambrosio has made a public commitment that: “The Andrews Labor Government has no intention to log in National Parks”. 

Victorians need you to match this commitment and clearly and publicly rule out any logging in our national parks.

Calls by the logging industry for logging in national parks are completely out of step with public sentiment and would trash Victoria’s environmental record.

National parks are the cornerstone of efforts to protect nature and ensure native species survive and thrive. They fulfil Australia’s international obligations to protect global biodiversity.

Victoria’s national parks are conserving hundreds of threatened species and provide respite and recreation for millions of Victorians, providing key tourism attractions and generating between 14,000 and 20,000 regional jobs.

The logging industry has mismanaged its own timber resources. Its call for logging in national parks would be detrimental, destructive and totally misguided.

Regional Forest Agreements have clearly failed to protect native species and should not be rolled over or extended.

Please immediately reject calls to log Victoria’s national parks.

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