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.

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

EM professionals and the public participated in an interactive event examining the extremes of bushfires.
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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