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Tasmania's Wilderness Battles - A History

Tasmania's Wilderness Battles - A History
 
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A fascinating account of the recurring fights over Tasmania's natural resources that have torn its people apart for three decades.

Although told mostly from an environmentalist's point of view, this book is a factual record of events. Beginning in the 1970s with the flooding of Lake Pedder, it takes the reader through the heady days of the Franklin River blockade and the more recent battles for Tasmania's old-growth forests, culminating with the controversial proposal for the Gunns pulp mill in the Tamar Valley.

Softcover
Published 2008
272-pages, indexed
SKU SKU19351
Quantity in stock 1 item(s) available
Weight 0.90 kg
Author Greg Buckman
ISBN 9781741754643
 
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