Queensland's Citizen Science Hub
When:
5 October 2021 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
2021-10-05T19:30:00+10:00
2021-10-05T21:00:00+10:00
Where:
At RGSQ premises
Level 1
28 Fortescue St
Spring Hill and via Zoom.

By Lee Johnson AFSM FIFireE

Commissioner (Ret) QFES

The presentation will cover the climate science factors influencing changes to the level of risk that natural hazards present to Queensland with a focus on why bushfire is becoming more concerning. Lee will also discuss the history of and the current preparedness levels in Queensland, as well as what can be done to better prepare the Queensland community with a focus on the role that mitigation plays in keeping us safe. How better co-ordination between fire services, government land agencies such as QPWS, private land holders and the use of practices used by First Nations people contribute to better land management. Further information is on the flyer.

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