Science and emergency management will be popular in Brisbane at AFAC16.
More than 2000 people from Australia and New Zealand’s emergency services will meet this week in Brisbane (30 August-1 September) to discuss the latest in disaster-related research and experience.
Calling all researchers who can add to the CRC research program.
Research refresh 2016 - rural land managers
The full research program of the CRC has been reviewed and renewed to take it through to the end of the current funding in 2021.
Time to consider our research
Reviewing and refreshing our research for 2017 and beyond.
Jeff Kepert presents at the 2014 Research Forum
Interest in all things natural hazards science is high, with 400 researchers, emergency managers, volunteers and industry representatives set to be in Brisbane for our all-hazards Research Forum on 30 August.
Flooding in Brisbane after ex-Tropical Cyclone Oswald in January 2013. Shutterstock.com
If we want to reduce both the risk and cost of natural disasters, we first need to understand the economics of mitigation. New national research on integrated planning is showing us how.
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