The pending outcome of the federal government's carbon pollution reduction scheme has created uncertainty for the Forest Products Commission of WA, which has had to cut staff numbers as part of a restructure to reflect the changing economy.

The impact of the Varanus Island gas explosion, losses in softwood plantations from wildfires, the global financial crisis and no allocations under the Natural Resource Management budget had prompted the FPC to review its structure.

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