Two people and a banner are suspended from the side of Black Mountain Tower in Canberra as part of a global day of action for Tasmania’s native forests threatened by logging giant Ta Ann.
The action, inspired by Miranda Gibson’s 65-day tree-top protest in Tasmania, is one of over forty protests on four continents urging companies to stop buying from Ta Ann, which now drives the native forest logging of Tasmania since Gunns’ fall from grace. Wholesale clear-felling has sharply increased in high conservation value forests promised protection by Julia Gillard and Lara Giddings.
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