The Board of Directors of TABMA Australia and the Board of Directors of TABMA QLD have agreed, so as to present a unified association, that TABMA Australia will assume the responsibility for the day to day management of TABMA QLD.
A conference on skills and training development for women in construction, forestry, mining and energy related industries will be held in Sydney early next month. This conference is of major importance to Australian industry and is supported by CFMEU, Skills DMC, CPSISC and ForestWork
A proposal by Taiwan that the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum should establish a regional network on forestry disease control has been written into a declaration published at a just-concluded APEC meeting, officials of the Council of Agriculture (COA) said.
ANY ATTEMPT to reduce native forestry in Victoria would threaten $150 million in East Gippsland economic activity and endanger thousands of jobs. This is the dire warning from the Victorian Association of Forest Industries.
REDUCED rainfall and increased temperatures expected to occur by 2030 and 2050 would affect the growth rates of most commercial forest species, according to the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences.