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Mike Bolan

Mike Bolan is an independent complex systems and business consultant. Mike worked for the Tamar valley community and others to prepare materials for the RPDC in which he spent about a year visiting Tasmanian communities, businesses and individuals to learn the impacts of forestry operations and the implications of a pulp mill on them. The lessons learned from that period are still relevant today and are used in this story, which is told to inform not to gain income.


The forestry assault
Environment - 22/06/2010 - 25 comments
The black hole
Economics - 29/09/2008 - 5 comments
Gunns Pulp Mill: what is credibility worth?
Economics - 27/08/2008 - 5 comments
Tasmania and the risks to Rudd
Environment - 2/04/2008 - 3 comments
Critical lessons from the mill debacle
Domestic Politics - 21/12/2007 - 7 comments
Howard, Gunns, political donations: our system is broken
Domestic Politics - 23/10/2007 - 12 comments
The Gunns board has a lot to thank mill protestors for
Environment - 2/10/2007 - 7 comments
Pulping the facts
Environment - 5/09/2007 - 8 comments
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