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Wednesday 26 May 2010

Tasmania's Premier considers listening to environmentalists

The premier of Oceania's Tasmania, has decided to give environmentalists the time of day in re the forestry industry, rather than rushing through talks involving interested parties. The move represents a possible gain for ideologically green persons, and a possible loss for the Tasmanian forestry industry: depending on the results of talks.

In South Africa, which has some of the toughest environmental legislation, and where ironically the state produces most energy via expensive and environmentally damaging coal power stations, trees are mostly planted and then cut down, in a sort of forest farm set up, and much of the country's paper is recycled, as with other items.

Read more as provided by the Australian government's Australian Broadcasting Corporation:

in reference to: Premier's backflip on roundtable urgency - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) (view on Google Sidewiki)

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