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North Australia Fire Managers Forum 2018, Townsville
North Australia Fire Managers Forum 2018, Townsville
This year marked the 20th anniversary of the Northern Australia Fire Managers forum, which gathered fire managers over three days from a range of public and private organisations from across northern Australia.
The trade expo at AFAC18 powered by INTERSCHUTZ is set to be huge.
Emergency management leaders to gather in Perth to discuss how to adapt and weather change at AFAC18 powered by INTERSCHUTZ.
Photo: Chris Samuel (CC-BY-2.0)
The latest round of new research opportunities is now open, investigating assessment and management of native wildlife populations and developing guidelines for seizing and holding wildlife. Expressions of interest...
Fire and Emergency New Zealand
Researchers are needed to lead two new projects with the Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC. The projects are being undertaken for the Victorian Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) and cover...
Daniel May conducting a prescribed burn near Chico, California. Photo: Don Hankins.
A PhD student has been living abroad for five months to support his studies on Indigenous burning for cultural purposes.
Researchers are being sought for the next round of research projects. Photo: Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning.Photo: DELWP.
Researchers are needed to lead three new projects with the Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC. The projects are being undertaken for the Victorian Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) and cover the...
Ashley Wright receives the prestigious Eric Laurenson Medal.
PhD student Ashley Wright has been recognised for his excellent contributions to flood research by Monash University.
Lake Repulse, Tasmania. Photo: Tony Fish (CC_VY-NC_2.0)
Expressions of interest are currently being sought for three new research projects involving community resilience, climate change impacts and prescribed burning. These projects will be undertaken for the Victorian...
Dr Tariq Maqsood presenting at the 2018 Floodplain Management Association conference.
The Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC supported the recent Floodplain Management Association conference on the Gold Coast with a booth in the trade display, while a number of CRC projects presented their research...
Unpacking complexity workshop, Wellington 2018
The connections between Australian and New Zealand research in natural hazards were the focus of a workshop in Wellington last month.
QFES will aim to enhance their understanding of the community’s expectations through their new Strategy 2030. Photo: Queensland Fire and Emergency Services.
Queensland Fire and Emergency Services is using Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC research to support its strategic planning into the next decade.

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In the media

01 Oct gearsofbiz.com Climate change increasing the intensity and impact of extreme weather, BOM tells emergency managers
29 Sep Tasmanian Country Tasmania weather: Eastern regions hurt as dry bites
27 Sep Stawell Times 86mm less rainfall than previous September sparks fire fears
25 Sep Malaysian Digest As Europe Scorches, Goats And Sheep Fight Wildfires One Bite At A Time
25 Sep The Daily Telegraph NSW bushfires: why you should prepare for the worst
24 Sep Sunday Tasmanian Warmer summer days to continue, increased risk of bushfires
22 Sep Riverine Herald Council warns of severe fire season
22 Sep Scroll.in Animal firefighters: As Europe scorches, goats and sheep are fighting wildfires, one bite at a time
21 Sep Border Chronicle Prescribed burn backlog a bushfire risk
20 Sep zilent.org As Europe scorches, goats and sheep fight wildfires one bite at a time
20 Sep weADAPT Steering local government in Australia towards better informed long-term coastal adaptation decisions
20 Sep Reuters As Europe scorches, goats and sheep fight wildfires one bite at a time
20 Sep Thomson Reuters Foundation News As Europe scorches, goats and sheep fight wildfires one bite at a time
18 Sep Adelaide Advertiser Summer bushfire danger as just half of last season’s burn-offs completed
16 Sep Radio National Country Breakfast Push for emergency planning to consider the plight of pets
16 Sep gearsofbiz.com Western Australia to prepare for deadly fire season
15 Sep Tasmanian Country Tasmanians told to prepare for early bushfire season
15 Sep Shepparton News Brace yourself for a hot and dry fire season
15 Sep ABC News Emergency services gather to learn from previous bushfire disasters
14 Sep eGlobal Travel Media Australia’s emergency managers collaborate to break exhibition record

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