An island with intact wild places, native forests and rainforests, clean air, clean water and abundant wildlife. A future with a strong economy benefiting from restoration, securely protected landscapes and a net-zero carbon economy.
The pathway to this vision includes:
- An end to logging Tasmania’s magnificent native forests.
- Returning takayna to Aboriginal ownership as a World Heritage-listed National Park.
- Protecting all Swift Parrot habitat on public land in secure conservation reserves.
- Action to protect the oceans, coasts, rivers and Aboriginal living landscapes.
- Restoring the National Parks and Wildlife Service as a separate, independent department with sufficient funding to ensure the protection and management of our National Parks and World Heritage Areas.
- Protecting the integrity of natural landscapes from industrialisation by large scale, unnecessary and debt accumulating energy infrastructure.