A range of high quality submissions have been graded by a panel of judges, and notified of their success as jurisdictional winners for the 20th Resilient Australia Awards.
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The world marked the International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction on 13 October, which explored protecting critical infrastructure and minimising the impacts caused to basic services in the future.
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A volunteer at NSW Rural Fire Service has recently graduated with an Emergency Management Volunteer Scholarship in Newcastle.
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Over 300,000 school and university students, families and ordinary Australians took to the streets in September to protest for climate action.
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A 'Prescribed Burning Decision Support Tool' was recognised at the recent AFAC19 powered by INTERSHUTZ Conference, with Brian Levine from ACT Parks and Conservation Service awarded for his initiative.
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Traditional Owners and Indigenous and non-Indigenous fire practitioners and agency representatives gathered on Wurundjeri land to discuss cultural burning for management outcomes, as part of the...
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AIDR
September 09 2019
A five-day workshop for senior Traditional Owners and Indigenous Rangers was recently held in the Northern Territory.
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Gain a practical overview of the science of meteorology, tailored to meet the needs of the disaster resilience sector with a meteorology masterclass in Adelaide and Melbourne.
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Each Australian state and territory will have the opportunity to attend the Understanding Disaster Risk national forums, which will bring outcomes from the National Resilience Taskforce to life.
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‘Are we future ready?’ was the question up for discussion when delegates began exploring the future of disaster preparedness at the Australian Disaster Resilience Conference.
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