Sign in North Wagga, NSW. Photo: Caroline Wenger
Research has shifted the focus to how communities can become adaptive to floods rather than trying to resist them in the wake of climate change.
An early season prescribed burn near Darwin. Photo: Nathan Maddock, Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC
Hazard Note 46 covers research that is increasing the accuracy of fire severity mapping across northern Australia, leading to better land management outcomes.
The Sir Ivan fire. Photo: Nick Moir, Fairfax Media
A year after some of the worst fire conditions ever experienced in NSW history, a new research report has found many people continue to underestimate the risk of fire. Read more in Hazard Note 45.
Research Driving Change Showcase 2017 - fire and severe weather scientists
Partners in the CRC will receive the publication Highlights and Achievements 2013-2017. In a departure from the usual annual report format, this report is an overview of the first four years of the CRC’s eight-year funding period, based around the projects, the people and the organisations that contributed to the overall success of the centre.
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.
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.

National Research Priorities published: download now

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