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Center Isle Of The Story Of A River
Sculpture - Glass, Rainforest Remnants And Newspaper, Stainless Steel Frames
I often visit this amazing Eucalyptus Viminalis that still sits on the hill behind my home but it is only a tree stump. I remember the times that I had when a young girl sitting on the shoulders of my uncle walking through a tall eucalyptus forest, and smelling the leaves when they wiped across my head. Sadly today 50 years later, that forest is gone forever. Now where I live, every day log trucks rumble past my front door shaking my house. The heartache I suffer from seeing these trees go by cannot be expressed. I can imagine how indigenous forest dwellers feel when they see there place of living, there home, being clear felled. Sadly my Grandson has not seen a natural forest as in the short time of 100 years all the forests here in Tasmania outside of the protected areas, have been removed and the old trees are gone from the country areas
It must stop now. This is violating the rights of the children and all life of the future. Tipping the balance of biodiversity causes unrepairable problems such as blue green algae, water pollution and down stream devastation. They have not got it right. The only way we can save our earthly havens is to stop now and plan ahead, down size and think globally ac locally. Be sustainable in your own countries for all life forms. We cannot ruin this unique environment for newspapers in Japan. Tasmania is not a factory for the world news which becomes yesterday�s old news and waste.
September 25th, 2008
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