The CRC will hold an event to recognise how people and communities are reducing their exposure to disasters.
The Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC Research Advisory Forum (RAF) will be held in Melbourne on 24 and 25 October 2017
The Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC is a partner in the 10th Australasian Natural Hazards Management Conference, to be held in Perth from 30 October to 3 November.
New straightforward public policies can increase disaster risk reduction by encouraging fire-fitness as a routine part of daily life.
As part of our refocus toward the future we launched the National Research Priorities for Natural Hazards Emergency Management this month.
Dr Richard Thornton
Chief Executive Officer
In the press
T. Ramm; S. Graham; C.J. White; C.S. Watson
A review of methodologies applied in Australian practice to evaluate long-term coastal adaptation optionsT. Ramm; C.J. White; A.H.C. Chan; C.S. Watson
An animal just like me: the importance of preserving the identities of companion-animal owners in disaster contextsJ. Trigg; K. Thompson; B.P. Smith; P. Bennett
K. Ronan; E. Alisic; B. Towers; V. Johnson; D.M. Johnston
T.D. Penman; A.E. Nicholson; R.A. Bradstock; L. Collins; S.H. Penman; O.F. Price
D.J. Oehlers; P. Visintin; W. Lucas
Predicting risk-mitigating behaviors from indecisiveness and trait-anxiety: two cognitive pathways to task avoidanceI.M. McNeill; P.D. Dunlop; T.C. Skinner; D. Morrison
A value and expectancy based approach to understanding residents' intended response to a wildfire threatI.M. McNeill; P.D. Dunlop; T.C. Skinner; D. Morrison