A new interactive mental health module is making it easier for young volunteers and emergency agencies to learn, practice and promote positive mental health and wellbeing.
Fire generated vortex (Victoria, Corryong fire) 30 December 2019. Photo courtesy Ms Janice Newnham.
New research is offering insights into the destructive Black Summer bushfires in 2019-20, which were at times driven by complex interactions between the fire and the atmosphere that produced extreme local fire behaviour.
New resources are helping EM leaders understand plausible futures so they can adapt services.
New resources are helping leaders understand what the future might look like when further affected by climate change, so they can adapt and make informed decisions about the delivery of their services.
Cultural burning in southern Australia resources.
New research-backed storytelling resources to help fire agencies and land management departments better understand cultural burning.
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A new online documentary series profiles key research about warnings, public information and recovery to support emergency services in protecting communities. Watch now.
Driving Change collects and curates the best and latest research from across the eight years of the
The CRC has created Driving Change – an online resource that collects and curates the best and latest research from across the eight years of the CRC’s research program.

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Search through 315 emergency management inquiries and reviews from across Australia between 1886 and 2020. Explore all recommendations since 2003.

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