WIRADJURI MAN DEAN FREEMAN (ACT PARKS AND CONSERVATION SERVICE) AND A CULTURAL BURN IN NGUNNAWAL AND
Hazard Note 101 presents research that engaged the emergency management sector and Indigenous communities across southern Australia to understand how the sector can more effectively empower and support Indigenous cultural fire and land management.
Driving change with Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC research
Hazard Note 100 is a special edition, marking the 100th briefing paper of CRC research It focuses on Driving Change, showcasing how research is being used right now.
The formal end of funding for the Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC concludes on 30 June - but research outputs will continue alongside the establishment of the new national centre for natural hazards and disaster resilience research.
Hazard Note 99 considers diversity and inclusion in the emergency management sector and assesses what is needed to support more effective practices.
Hazard Note 98 presents resources to promote positive mental health and wellbeing.
Hazard Note 98 presents new resources, developed with young adult volunteers, that emergency services can use to promote positive mental health and wellbeing.
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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