We're headed to Tasmania next Thursday, so all orders received between the 9th and the 19th will be shipped on Monday the 20th.
Tasmania is such a beautiful, nature-filled place. We would love to live down there, but I don't want to be so far away from our families. And the way things are going, there won't be much beautiful nature there anymore. Over 75% of the rainforest has already been consumed.
From The Wilderness Society:
"Gunns Ltd, Australia’s largest logging company, is proposing to build a chlorine bleaching, native forest fed pulp mill in Tasmania. Stopping the pulp mill is crucial because it will be a disaster for climate change. It will be 80 per cent native forest-based, consuming an area of forest equivalent to 100,000 MCGs. Marine life, human health and other industries, including tourism, agriculture and fisheries are also threatened by this polluting development. The pulp mill has been approved for construction via inadequate, fast tracked approval processes that have ignored many of the key issues that concern the public. Funding has not been secured for the project, and public opposition continues to grow - it can still be stopped."
Despite Gunns' attempts to ensure the public that they are an environmentally considerate logging company (don't make me laugh), it seems that they're basing their statements on faulty research or deliberately overlooking many of the other effects of their practices. Besides, it's obviously all about the money, hence the suing protesters for millions and their history of strong-arming the government.
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