Forestry Corporation is committed to reporting its performance internally and at state, national and international levels. The Forestry Corporation Annual Report includes reporting against social, economic, environmental and sustainability indicators.
Forestry Corporation reports its performance on implementing both Regional Forest Agreements and NSW Forest Agreements by contributing to a range of state level reports. These reports are publicly available at the Department of Environment and Heritage (www.environment.com.au).
- Regional Forest Agreement annual reports
- Regional Forest Agreement Review Report 2008
- NSW Forest Agreement annual reports
- Forest Agreement Criteria and Indicator reports
- IFOA (Integrated Forestry Operation Approvals) reports
- New South Wales State of the Environment report.
At a national level we contribute to a range of forest management indicators published in the State of the Forests Report. A copy is available on the Forests Australia (adl.brs.gov.au) website.
Through harvest and haulage of timber the Forestry Corporation is a relatively high energy user. We contribute to National Greenhouse Energy Reporting and participate in the Energy Efficiency Opportunities Program (Forests NSW Energy Efficiency Opportunities Report 2012) seeking ways to reduce energy usage in our operations.
At an international level we contributed to the Montreal Process. Details are available on the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (www.daff.gov.au) website.
Graph showing the age and structural condition of commercial radiata pine stands in the Hume Region over many years (see ESFM plans).