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Preparing yourself and your property to survive a bushfire requires thought and planning. With a written and practised Bushfire Survival Plan and a well-maintained home there is a much better chance of surviving a bushfire.

by South Australia Country Fire Service

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CFS Fact Sheet: Preparing Yourself for Bushfires

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Planning to leave early requires planning and consideration, you need to understand what the triggers are to leave and know what actions you should take before leaving. This Country Fire Service fact sheet will provide you with a plan that can be practised before putting it into action under real circumstances.

by South Australia Country Fire Service

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CFS Fact Sheet: Planning to Leave Early

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The South Australian Country Fire Service has developed a hierarchy of places that can offer relative safety from bushfire. They are broken into three categories, and are called Bushfire Safer Settlements, Bushfire Safer Precincts and Last Resort Refuges. It is important that you know what each of these are, where they are, and what risk you may be exposed to if you use one of these options during a bushfire.

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CFS Fact Sheet: Bushfire Safer Places

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Once a fire is burning, its behaviour is determined by three main factors – fuel, weather and topography – and understanding how they react in these situations can be the difference between life and death.

by South Australia Country Fire Service

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CFS Fact Sheet: Bushfire Behaviour in Detail

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Three half-day training programs and all of the necessary supporting material, provide both a general overview to risk management in tourism and specific directions on the development of risk management strategies for destinations and businesses.

by Doone Robertson, Ian Kean and Stewart Moore (AICST)

Introduction:

Introduction Instructors English

Introduction Participants English

Introduction Presentation English

Business:

Businesses Instructors English

Businesses Participants English

Businesses Presentation English

Destination:

Destinations Instructors English

Destinations Participants English

Destinations Presentation English

 

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Bushfires threaten life and property throughout South Australia each summer. Making the right decision to ‘stay and defend ‘or ‘leave early’ for yourself and your family is critical for your safety and survival.

by South Australia Country Fire Service

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CFS Fact Sheet: Plan Now To Stay and Defend or Leave Early

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Being Bushfire Ready is a shared responsibility between the Government, fire agencies and the community. If you live, work or travel in an area where bushfires can occur, then you need to prepare a bushfire survival plan ahead of time and practise it regularly.

by South Australia Country Fire Service

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CFS Fact Sheet: Prepare. Act. Survive.

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EC3 Global is an international tourism and environmental management and advisory group founded by the Sustainable Tourism Cooperative Research Centre (STCRC), the world’s largest dedicated research centre specialising in sustainable tourism.    This document outlines EC3 Global’s range of training and capacity programs that support sustainable tourism development and operations for business, communities and destinations.    Options include general sustainability awareness programs as well as skill and knowledge based training in sustainability policy, risk management, strategy and practice.

by EC3 Global

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EC3 Global's Training & Capacity Services

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The threat of climate change to prosperity in one country cannot be removed by the actions of that country alone. Effective action to moderate the risks of human-induced climate change requires large contributions to reductions in emissions from all major countries, and substantial contributions from the rest of the world as well. As a result, the search for effective climate change policy is partly a search for effective cooperation amongst countries of a kind and dimension that has never previously been known. This paper discusses that search for an international basis for effective climate change policy.

by Professor Ross Garnaut

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