What If Running Could Save A Rainforest
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Directed by Alex Lowther /2018/ 37:20
takayna / Tarkine continues to face threats from extractive industries. Most recently Sustainable Timber Tasmania released a three year plan to log more native forest including 5,000 of old growth rainforest. The Bob Brown Foundation and local activists have worked tirelessly to stop these logging activities Ð shutting down one logging parcel after another Ð underscoring the urgent need for permanent protection for takayna / Tarkine as a World Heritage Area. Learn more and take action through the Bob Brown Foundation.
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Tasmania’s takayna / Tarkine is a 495,000 hectare region in northwestern Tasmania and one of the last undisturbed tracts of ancient rainforest in the world. It also includes one of the highest concentrations of Aboriginal archaeology in the hemisphere—traditional use of coastal takayna / Tarkine dates back thousands of years and those cultural resources are still an important part of Aboriginal heritage and culture.

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takayna / Tarkine continues to face threats from extractive industries. Most recently Sustainable Timber Tasmania released a three year plan to log more native forest including 5,000 of old growth rainforest. The Bob Brown Foundation and local activists have worked tirelessly to stop these logging activities – shutting down one logging parcel after another – underscoring the urgent need for permanent protection for takayna / Tarkine as a World Heritage Area. Learn more and take action through the Bob Brown Foundation.

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