Woodchip mill will not buy any longet the wood from East Gippland

After 40 years, export woodchip mill announces it will no longer buy wood from East Gippsland’s forests After hoovering up East Gippsland’s magnificent forests for forty years, South East Fibre Exports (SEFE) have finally called it a day on wood chipping Victorian forests.

Ongoing conflict? no
Conflict type Biomass extraction conflicts (legally)
Resources solid wood
Issues 1 social, 2 ecological, 3 economical
Keywords Bioenergy plant, Sweden
References https://www.wilderness.org.au/articles/woodchip-mill-announces-it-will-no-longer-buy-wood-east-gippsland%E2%80%99s-forests
Start date 2013
End date 2014
Reason(s) for conflict
Intensity public debate
What are the stakeholders' conflicting values or interests extensive logging have lead to biodiversity loss
Barriers for dialogue the customers are pushing for FSC certification, in current management practice it seems to be difficult
Forums for dialogue open and trustworthy dialog
Suggestions for conflict resolution / transformation