Culturally appropriate frameworks for Bushfire and Natural Hazards management are critical to establishing resilience in remote Indigenous communities. A Collaboration with the Waanyi and garawa people of the south-west Gulf of Carpentaria is an opportunity to develop a regional case study.
Waanyi-Garawa rangers in the remote south-west gulf of carpentaria have long awaited inclusion of women in their highly successful fire abatement program.
|07 Jul 2015||Katherine van Wezel PhD Progress Report 2015||Save (61.56 KB)|
|HazardNoteEdition||02 Feb 2016||Research for better land management||Save (133.76 KB)||fuel reduction, land management, prescribed burning|
|Presentation-Audio-Video||04 Apr 2016||Kate van Wezel - towards culturally appropriate fire management||Save (0 bytes)||fire, indigenous communities, local knowledge|
|Presentation-Audio-Video||17 Apr 2018||Building community resilience in northern Australia||Save (3.92 MB)||multi-hazard, Northern Australia, resilience|