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Life on the frontline of our disappearing forests

Forests are among the most biodiverse places in the world and are crucial to regulating the weather and hauling back the climate crisis. But across the planet forests are being cleared and logged at a relentless pace. In the second part our Tails of the Environment podcast, we hear how three Australians are fighting to save Australia’s forests and the creatures that live in them. Clancy Balen, Thomas Phillips, Jenny Cai and Jordyn Beazley report. 

Host: Jordyn Beazley

Editing: Clancy Balen and Jenny Cai

Interviews: Thomas Phillips and Jordyn Beazley

Producer: Clancy Balen and Jordyn Beazley 

Executive Producer: Louisa Lim

This episode of Tales of our Environment is part two of a three-part series. Next week, we look at how action is the antidote to climate despair.  

About The Citizen

THE CITIZEN is a publication of the Centre for Advancing Journalism. It has several aims. Foremost, it is a teaching tool that showcases the work of the students in the University of Melbourne’s Master of Journalism and Master of International Journalism programs, giving them real-world experience in working for publication and to deadline. Find out more →

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