bushfire prevention

Commentary

13 Jan 2020
17

There is an obvious point upon which the LNP, Labor and Greens might agree to move policy forward: the national 'cap and trade' emissions trading system proposed by John Howard in 2007.

Commentary

8 Jan 2020
29

Professor Lynette Russell, director of the Monash Indigenous Studies Centre, says the Indigenous practice of cultural burning has traditionally been used as a way of rejuvenating and nurturing the land.

Commentary

7 Jan 2020
66

A commentary on Aboriginal people's vital roles in the firefighting effort in the NSW bushfire crisis.

Commentary

19 Nov 2019
39

As climate change makes bushfires more ferocious and extreme, now is the time to better understand how our First Peoples used fire.

Report

Phase three engagement report
4 Sep 2019
39

This report provides a summary of the community feedback received during the Gippsland Strategic Bushfire Management Phase 3 Engage Victoria consultation.

Report

30 Nov 2018
16

The Climate Council will publish a report on bushfire risk in Queensland in early 2019. This builds on a significant body of published work by the Council, including a 2016 report entitled Be Prepared: Climate Change and the Queensland Bushfire Threat . With devastating and...

Report

26 Sep 2016
9

Climate change is increasing the risk of bushfires in Queensland. While damaging bushfires are less common in Queensland than other states in Australia, climate change is driving an increase in extreme heat in Queensland, leading to higher bushfire risk.

Briefing paper

13 Jan 2003
41

The present drought conditions foreshadow a serious bushfire season for southeastern Australia. After last summer's severe bush fires in New South Wales there were calls for more frequent and extensive use of fuel reduction burning of forests and other areas to enable firefighting agencies to...

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