Social impacts of forest policy changes in Western Australia on members of the natural forest industry: Implications for policy goals and decision-making processes
In many countries, timber harvesting from natural forests is accompanied by social conflict that governments seek to mitigate, often through the introduction of policy changes that reduce the forest industry's access to natural forest wood. Forest policy
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