URGENT ACTION ALERT: Please Make an IFOA Submission Now!
The New logging rules - Integrated Forestry Operations Approvals (IFOA's) have been released by the NSW Government and they are calling for submissions now so we have a brief window of opportunity to have our concerns added to the public record. Please make a submission today.
For extensive background information please review the linked documents below and and add comments to your submission.
- Concerns with IFOA Briefing Notes (.pdf)
- CHANGING THE LOGGING RULES TO FACILITATE EXTINCTION Powerpoint by Dailan Pugh OAM (.pdf)
Draft Coastal IFOA Submission Process
- Select & copy the Draft Coastal IFOA Submission Text included below these 4 points
- Click Here to open an email addressed and ready to fill in
- Paste the text you copied below in to the blank email opened by the link above and edit it to express your own ideas and feelings on the issue as much as you like
- Click SEND
(Copy everything in the box below and paste it into the blank email opened by the link above)
Please accept this email as my Submission to the Review of the Draft Coastal IFOA.
Your government has recently announced its intention to drastically weaken the logging rules (Integrated Forestry Operations Approval - IFOA) to remove numerous protections for NSW's threatened species, koalas, oldgrowth & rainforest and waterways. I call upon you to stop proceeding with these draconian changes and:
1. Recognise that the Regional Forest Agreements have failed to deliver environmental protection or industry security.
I will be closely monitoring your performance in these areas and taking further action if I do not see an immediate marked improvement in outcomes for our forests.
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You will probably receive an email from them thanking you for your submission and saying that they want you to fill in their form. We recommend that you tell them that you want nothing to do with their sham process as it is designed to corrupt the outcome with dishonestly framed questions. Tell them that they now have your submission and you expect to see it included in the public record of the process.