Fire Management in Australia Has Reached a Crossroads and ‘Business as Usual’ Won’t Cut It


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Gizmodo Australia— The current wet conditions delivered by La Niña may have caused widespread flooding, but they’ve also provided a reprieve from

phys.org—Fire management in Australia has reached a crossroads and 'business as usual' won't cut it. The current wet conditions delivered by La Niña may have caused widespread flooding, but they've also provided a reprieve from the threat of bushfires in southeastern Australia. This is an ideal time to consider how we prepare for the next bushfire season.

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