More articles featuring the team’s research:



·        ‘Ashes to ashes: logging and fires have left Victoria’s magnificent forests in tatters’ by David Lindenmayer, David Blair, Lachlan McBurney & Sam Banks, The Conversation, 25 Novemnber 2015

  ·         Native forests can help hit emissions targets – if we leave them alone’ by David Lindenmayer & Brendan Mackey, The Conversation, 23 July 2015

·     ‘Including forest waste in the RET is bad for emissions, says research’ by Sara Phillips, ABC, 30 June 2015

·         ‘Leadbeater’s Possum, Victoria’s state emblem, one step away from extinction’ by Oliver Milman, The Guardian, 23 April 2015

·         ‘Victoria must stop clearfelling to save Leadbeater’s Possum’ by David Lindenmayer, The Conservation, 23 April 2015

·         Forestry agreements need a full overhaul, not just a tick and flick’ by David Lindenmayer, The Conservation, 1 April 2015



·         ‘Logged forests a fiercer fire rist: Black Saturday study sounds warning over Tasmanian logging’ by David Beniuk, The Mercury, 7 September 2014

·         ‘Victoria’s logged landscapes are at increased risk of bushfire’ by Chris Taylor, David Lindenmayer and Michael McCarthy, The Conservation, 25 August 2014

·         ‘Professor David Lindenmayer lashes Napthine Government over endangered state emblem’ by Matt Johnston, The Herald Sun, 22 May 2014

·         ‘Don’t give up on Australia’s endangered species’ by David Lindenmayer, The Guardian, 20 March 2014



·         ‘Survival is winning the numbers game’ by Peter Hannam & Nicole Hasham, The Age, 12 December 2013

·         ‘Animals go extinct while millions in funding go squandered’ by Peter Hannam, The Age, 26 November 2013

·         ‘Government backed logging pushing possum towards extinction’ by Oliver Milman, The Guardian, 26 May 2013

·         ‘The gathering tragedy in our forests’ by David Lindenmayer, The Age, 19 May 2013

·         Australia Day honours list’ by News Corp Australia Network, The Australian, 26 January 2013

·         ‘Victorian forestry is definitely not ecologically sustainable’ by David Lindenmayer, The Conversation, 17 January 2013



·         ‘Sending Leadbeater’s Possum down the road to extinction’ by David Lindenmayer, The Conservation, 14 December 2012

·         ‘Making himself extinct: absolute disgrace prompts Leadbeater’s Possum scientist to quit’ by Bridie Smith, The Age, 12 December 2012

·         ‘A state of extinction?’ by Bridie Smith, The Age, 6 December 2012

·         ‘Forests in Australia at risk as ancient trees are being wiped out’ by AFP, The Australian, 7 December 2012

·         ‘Scientists baffled as world’s biggest trees are drying’ by Brian Williams, The Herald Sun, 12 December 2012

·         ‘The decline and fall of the forest’s grand old masters’ by Bridie Smith, The Age, 9 December 2012

·         ‘At-risk native birds in revival’ by Brian Williams, The Courier Mail, 3 May 2012

·         ‘Leadbeater’s Possum faces managed extinction without action’ by Rosslyn Beeby, The Age, 26 March 2012



·         ‘Like a voice in the wilderness’ by Rosslyn Beeby,  The Canberra Times, 16 September 2011

·         ‘Just 1% of central highlands old growth survives’ by Adam Morton, The Age, 12 September 2011

·         ‘Old forest loss catastrophic: study’, The Canberra Times, 12 September 2011



·         ‘Hello possum, you’re an emblem of extinction’ Adam Morton, The Age, 2 October 2010

·         ‘South’s bird’s-eye view’ by Katana Smith, Agribusiness, 16 January 2010

·         ‘Mountain ash tops for carbon storage’ by Bryan O’Keefe, The Australian, 5 August 2009

·         ‘Looking for birds on the south-west slopes’ by Emily Doak, ABC Rural, 14 June 2007

·         ‘On Borrowed Time’ Transcript from Stateline with Philip Williams, ABC, 7 September 2007

·          ‘Interview – Prof David Lindenmayer’ Transcript from Four Corners with Quentin McDermott, ABC, 12 March 2007


International articles regarding 'Global decline in large old trees' (Lindenmayer et al. 2012):