Take action on Forests

Ethical Paper

Sign the Ethical Paper Pledge and join a growing group of Australian companies and organisations that have asserted their commitment to sustainability and the environment by NOT purchasing Reflex Paper until Australian Paper, its producer, stops sourcing from native forests.  Wilderness Society  [take action]

Help protect the Great Western Woodlands

The GWW is at risk from frequent and intense uncontrolled fires, noxious weeds, feral pests, habitat fragmentation and the pressure from these threats is likely to increase with climate change.  Wilderness Society  [take action]

No Harvey No!

Harvey Norman, Australia’s largest furniture and electronics retailer, has been criticised for helping to drive the destruction of Australian forests through its selling of furniture and flooring products. Check out the TV ad parody and sign the petition to have Harvey Norman implement better procurement polices and to clearly label their wood product’s source of origin and certification.  Markets for Change  [take action]

Tasmania’s Forests

This is a fantastic opportunity – we need to show that there is broad community support for this new direction for Tasmania so the State and Federal Governments will get behind it.  Wilderness Society  [take action]

Tiwi Islands – destroyed for woodchips

The Tiwi Islands – a tropical paradise where forests and wildlife are being destroyed for woodchips.  Wilderness Society  [take action]


Send your message to Victorian Premier and let him know we must move logging out of our water catchments and into plantations. Have your say and secure our water catchments for the future.  Wilderness Society  [take action]

Wipe for Wildlife!

Switch to recycled toilet paper and help save wildlife.  Zoos Australia  [take action]

Past Campaigns

Barbie, It’s Over – Toy industry forest campaign

Mattel, the manufacturer of Barbie, is feeding a nasty habit by using paper packaging for the world’s most famous toy from Indonesia’s most notorious rainforest destroyer Asia Pulp and Paper (APP). Check out this Greenpeace campaign.  Greenpeace  [take action]