Back to Protect Native Forests for Climate Security

Thanks to all who helped make April 15 such a successful Day of Action

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THANKS all who
contributed to the BIOMASSACRE Day of Action on Monday, by signing, writing,
protesting, participating in the International Day of Action, or contributing
funds.

The
International Day of Action was a spendid response from the many outstanding
people who stood together around the country and the world in protest against
native forest based bio-energy in Australia. Have a look at the  photos: 

http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/sets/72157633249508544/with/8653852806/ (http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/sets/72157633249508544/with/8653852806/)

The cyberaction is gaining momentum. Each letter is
automatically emailed to around 30 energy and biofuel companies so your one
response will have 30 times the impact!! If you haven't already done so, please go to
http://biomassacre.com/take-action/ (http://biomassacre.com/take-action/)
and say you will refuse to buy native forest based
bio-energy, and ask others to sign. Our aim is to get 10,000 people to take part. 

Markets for Change have launched their report 'Biomassacre: How logging Australia's
native forests for bioenergy harms the climate, wildlife, and people', published athttp://www.marketsforchange.org/biomassacre-logging-for-bioenergy/ (http://www.marketsforchange.org/biomassacre-logging-for-bioenergy/)  It is a valuable resource on this very serious threat to our native forests and wildlife.

best wishes, Lorraine

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