Australian Seasonal Bushfire Outlook: December 2020 - February 2021
Grass fires are the main risk this summer in the east, while in the west, the bush is dry.
New research has begun that explores important issues arising from Australia’s devastating 2019/20 Black Summer. Photo: NSW Rural Fire Service.
New research has begun that explores important issues arising from Australia’s devastating 2019/20 Black Summer.
Hazard Note 84 identifies which organisational activities are required for effective research utilisation, in order to support agencies in gaining maximum benefit from their investment in research. 
Hazard Note 84 identifies which organisational activities are required for effective research utilisation, in order to support agencies in gaining maximum benefit from their investment in research.
Emergency Warning Messages: encouraging readiness to act
Hazard Note 80 details which types of specific messages encourage community readiness.
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Post-fire research being conducted. Photo: Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC
The Bushfire and Natural Hazards Cooperative Research Centre welcomes today’s announcement from the Australian Government to continue funding natural hazards research in Australia by investing $88.1 million over the next 10 years.

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