Events for the year 2014

Our events

The second Research Advisory Forum (RAF) for 2014 was held at RMIT University in Melbourne on 3-4 December.
The South East Queensland Fire and Biodiversity Forum 2014 will take place on 20 November in Brisbane, focusing on bushfire planning.
The BNHCRC CEO will give a keynote talk at the VII International Conference on Forest Fire Research in Portugal.
Monday 13 October is the International Day for Disaster Reduction - the CRC hosted a public forum in Canberra.
EM professionals and the public participated in an interactive event examining the extremes of bushfires.

The conference will provide a forum to discuss the integration of hazard information into effective risk management, including: 
Applying hazard information to best... [more]

The waterfront at Wellington, New Zealand, was the hub of the joint Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC and AFAC annual conference.
The Research Forum on Tues 2 Sep is the first workshop activity at our annual conference week. This is the major meeting point for all researchers to share their project progress... [more]
The Seasonal Bushfire Outlook for southern Australia is used by fire authorities to make strategic decisions on resource planning and prescribed fire management for the upcoming... [more]

The Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC staged a research briefing for its Tasmanian partners at the Tasmania Police Academy on 7 August 2014. Participants from the Tasmania Fire... [more]

Fire Managers from across the north of Australia discussed topics of current interest to the region at the North Australian Fire Management Forum in Broome from 8-9 July 2014.
Chairman Dr Laurie Hammond spoke at the Emergency Management Conference (EMC), the annual conference presented by the Emergency Services Foundation, 1-2 July 2014.
The CRC participated in the Australian Community Engagement and Fire Awareness Conference, hosted by the NSW RFS, at Wollongong from 22-24 May 2014.
The Cooperative Research Centres Association annual conference was in Perth 20-21 May 2014.
The CRC was present at the Australian and New Zealand Disaster and Emergency Management Conference in May.

To kick-off the research program in a coordinated way all project Lead End Users and research Project Leaders were invited to attend our Establishment Research Advisory Forum (... [more]

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