Conflict: Protest Words to Action in the Forest 1970–78

@inproceedings{King2015ConflictPW,
  title={Conflict: Protest Words to Action in the Forest 1970–78},
  author={C. King and D. Gaukrodger and J. R. Hay},
  year={2015}
}
This chapter summarises the background to the refusal of NZ Forest Service to accept the NZ Wildlife Service’s recommendations to halt logging in the parts of Pureora State Forest occupied by the kokako, a threatened endemic bird, and the public protests and tree-sitting action that followed. A high-profile seminar in Taupo in March 1978 debated the issue at length, and stimulated 1735 public submissions. 

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