The commercial opportunities presented by the transition to a low-carbon economy will be front and centre when industry skills council, ForestWorks hosts the annual Industry Development Conference in September.
The conference will feature a who’s who of forestry, as the industry conf
Three blokes, a reincarnated 1976 Fairlane, 12 days of travel, and hopefully for their sake, not a can of baked beans in sight. Wangaratta’s George Prothero, Neville Johnson and Allan Jewell are gearing up for one hell of a road trip that has sick children at heart.
The trio have ent
The Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) announced today by the Prime Minister and the Tasmanian Premier will remove all vestiges of security for forest industry workers and is little more that a cynical sell-out of Tasmanian workers to appease Nick McKim and Bob Brown.
The Forest Indus
Tasmanian Forest Contractors Association (TFCA) CEO Ed Vincent welcomed today’s signing of the Intergovernmental Agreement on the Tasmanian forest industry.
The agreement provides for up to $86 million for contractor and employee exit assistance and employment, retraining and re-loca
Today the Prime Minister has further undermined the Labor government’s economic credentials by cutting the $1.4 billion a year Tasmanian Forestry industry in half, and for what?. A paltry $7 million per year for 15 years for the loss of $700 million per year of economic activity.
A public seminar presented by Dr Jacki Schirmer
Cooperative Research Centre for Forestry, Fenner School of Environment and Society, Australian National University.
Decision makers have been urged to use the findings of new research to inform distribution of financial and other assis
ForestWorks is excited to announce that the annual industry conference will be held on 14 September 2011 at the Hyatt Hotel in Canberra. The commercial opportunities presented by the transition to a low-carbon economy will be front and centre when industry skills council, ForestWorks