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Russell Warman

Russell Warman is currently undertaking a Masters in Environmental Studies at the University of Tasmania, looking at the global transition of wood production from natural forests to plantations. Previously he worked as a forestry policy adviser to the NGOs involved in Tasmania’s forest negotiations, as well as numerous prior jobs in natural resource management and environmental planning.
Given Australia’s burgeoning wood surplus, does it really need to log more native forest?
Environment - 27/06/2013 - 12 comments
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