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Source: ABC Triple J Hack Program, THURSDAY 14 NOVEMBER 2019 3:47PM

Author: James Purtill

“Going local: Involving landholders more in bushfire strategy: All the experts agree the current shouting match over bushfire mitigation strategies is far too simplistic and unhelpfully lumps together many different types of fire ecology. What works in a savannah grassland won’t necessarily work in a temperate forest. Continue reading

A Sustainable Queensland Forum – Royal Society of Queensland symposium

Rural producers, natural resource managers and conservation managers face a
constantly changing set of climatic and human influences. Traditional land
production systems and environmental management are under pressure. New
approaches to production and natural resource management are required in
the face of government financial resource and capacity constraints, as well as
the intensifying environmental challenges. Download full summary here.

Ron Turner, former Ranger-in-Charge at Cooloola National Park, with wife Yvonne, has written some thoroughly readable memoirs of his experiences. Take for example the charming e-book Living at a Lighthouse, chronicling sojourns at Bustard Head and Double Island Point lighthouses on Queensland’s central-south coast. This is available under Creative Commons BY 4.0 by generous permission of David Hibbert, of the central Victorian town of Alexandra and is an e-book published on his Artworkz website http://esplash.me/ .

It is with pleasure that the Board of The Moreton Bay Foundation announces the appointment of Suzie Christensen as the Foundation’s inaugural Chief Executive Officer. Suzie will start employment on 21st October.
Suzie is an experienced CEO with a long history in not-for-profit management and governance, including in environmental and social advocacy, planning and management. She joins us following seven years as CEO of Anglicare Central Queensland, and twelve as CEO of the Fitzroy Basin Association.

Cosmos https://cosmosmagazine.com/ is a national quarterly magazine on general science published by The Royal Institution of Australia Inc(RiAus), a science communications organisation based in Adelaide.

Arising indirectly from a brainstorming session convened by the Royal Society of Queensland in July 2015, the Office of the Chief Scientist of Australia developed a national web portal to offer access to a range of authoritative materials and programs. The STAR portal went live late in June 2017.

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