Northern Australia Seasonal Bushfire Outlook 2017
Hazard Note 36 is the Northern Australia Seasonal Bushfire Outlook 2017.
Fiona Dunstan from the CFS spoke about the benefits of CRC science in influencing emergency warnings.
Research Driving Change - Showcase 2017 highlighted the practical research outcomes of the last four years of research, with case studies and utilisation examples from across the CRC research program presented by our partners.
A flood wipes out a bridge in southern WA, February 2017. Photo: Dana Fairhead
A set of priorities for national research into natural hazards in Australia has been launched by the Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC.
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This special event showcased our research achievements to date, with nearly 200 people from across emergency management and policy hearing two days of how the findings are being put into practice.
Planning for animals during an emergency adds another layer of complexity.
By highlighting the impact of animals on the behaviours of people in natural hazards, this research has reinforced the need to support communities to be prepared and to plan for animals.
This study is investigating how organisations can improve their capacity to learn through experience. Photo: New Zealand Fire Service
No organisation can forgo learning. Hazard Note 34 helps agencies to ‘learn how to learn’, so they understand how to embed effective learning practices and systems into their organisation’s culture.
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