The Bob Brown Foundation is taking on a monumental legal case challenging the regulation of native forest logging. The Great Forest Case is the best chance in a generation of ending native forest logging.
The case will argue that the Tasmanian Regional Forest Agreement (RFA) is not a valid agreement. RFAs are outdated agreements which are notoriously inadequate for protecting our threatened species. If their case is successful, it will not only be good news for Tasmania but will be significant for other states in Australia, as it will set a precedent for similar litigation.
It’s time to put an end to the destruction of native forests.
There are several ways you can join in on the action:
Watch the case live online
The hearing will be held online and members of the public are welcome to join. They ask that you please have your cameras and microphones turned off during the hearing.
The link to the hearing will be displayed here the day before the hearing.
Join them for a follow-up webinar
Don’t have time to watch the whole case? The day after the case they will be hosting a follow-up webinar to give you an update about what happened during the case. Speakers will include Bob Brown, BBF lawyer Roland Browne and Campaign Manager Jenny Weber.