CRC students at our 2015 conference in Adelaide.
An exciting new initiative has been launched to provide CRC PhD students with emergency management workplace experience.
Bethany and Dean from ACT Parks and Conservation Service measuring coarse woody debris before the burn, in the Cotter Catchment, ACT.
Hazard Note 14 is an overview of the Prescribed burning and catchment management cluster of research projects.
Flood hazard
Much of the damage from floods, fires and storms can be prevented by careful planning and investment, writes CEO Dr Richard Thornton.
Leave and live sign
National research is having an impact on the safety of Australian communities, not just in bushfire but across all natural hazards. This is because we have been asking the difficult and complex questions, writes CEO Dr Richard Thornton.
Sampson Flat fire. Photo by Angry Planet.
The experiences of the community during the Sampson Flat bushfire in South Australia on 2 January 2015 have been analysed in a report by the Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC.
Australian Institute of Disaster Resilience launch November 2015
A new approach for the delivery of emergency management education, training and professional development was launched in Brisbane today.

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