The last few posts show how magnificently beautiful Tasmania is, yet, a ravenous beast lurks on the island. Perhaps one of the “Monsters” that Able …

Beauty and the Beast

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  1. Thanks for sharing this post, Sheila. My sister and hubby live in Tasmania. The battle to save the forests and rivers started in 1981. I had friends at the age of 18 go there and protest non stop. This raised people’s awareness and there has been an ongoing education campaign since.

    Without this effort, which led to the current level of preservation there, it would be so much worse today. The issue as pointed out, is the relentless attacking to unpick what has been preserved and built on.

    Building people’s awareness, as you point out, is the most effective course of action. Informing them with good information does make a difference – as it has previously. Constructive people power never hurt anybody 🤗

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    1. You are sooo welcome, Sean. I am glad to hear that some preservation has been and is occurring. Trees have become much more important to me since listening to Sadhguru, who says, “…trees are the other half of our lungs!”

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