1. Espouse a new, ethically responsible long-term vision based on recognition that public native forests have far wider community values than their present use as a source of wood which can now be met from plantations.
2. Endorse changing management of these biodiverse ecosystems from destructive and loss-making logging under the failed RFA regimes to their crucial roles in the climate and water cycles, and to their major contributions to species diversity and community well-being.
3. Develop new management arrangements for the forests and, drawing on the best scientific advice and the knowledge of Traditional Owners, train a highly skilled workforce for diverse regional jobs in forest restoration and adaptation.
4. Share the value and respect regional communities have for our native forests: for their carbon sequestration and climate mitigation benefits; for their intrinsic uniqueness and beauty; and, for all their living creatures.
These organisations represent about 130,000 GSF supporters - and counting!