India launches first national disaster management plan for animals

New Delhi, Mar.3 (ANI-Businesswire India): Today is a big day for animals, with the launch of National Livestock Disaster Management Plan by the Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries by Union Agriculture and Farmers…

Keynote speaker announcement: Associate Professor Brett Aimers, James Cook University on Overcoming Pernicious Traditions

We are pleased to announce Associate Professor, Brett Aimers from James Cook University who will be speaking at the 5th Australian and New Zealand Disaster and Emergency Management Conference 30-31 May 2016. With the Asia…

Program announcement: Conference Program now available

The 5th Australian and New Zealand Disaster and Emergency Management Conference Program has now been released. With over 90 speakers over two days it offers a not to be missed opportunity to network with peers…

Fukushima Nuclear Disaster 5 Years On

March 11, 2011 is a day people living in Japan will remember for the rest of their lives. At 2.46 p.m. a magnitude-9 earthquake struck 72km (45 miles) off the northeast coast of Japan, causing…

The disaster awaiting Pacific Northwest

It is forecast that an earthquake followed by a tsunami will happen on the pacific east coast of the US, and may result in 10,000 casualties and possibly displace a million people. In a CBS…

Session speaker announcement: Dr Danielle Every, Senior Research Fellow, CQ University, Appleton Institute on Characteristics of successful Community Fire Safe Group coordinators

We are pleased to announce session speaker Dr Danielle Every, Senior Research Fellow, CQ University, Appleton Institute who will speak at the 5th Australian and New Zealand Disaster and Emergency Management Conference; Earth, Fire and…

Session speaker announcement: Mr Stephen McDonald, Director, Centre for Humanitarian Leadership, Deakin University on exploring the synergies of international crisis leadership

We are pleased to announce session speaker Mr Stephen McDonald, Director, Centre for Humanitarian Leadership, Deakin University who will speak at the 5th Australian and New Zealand Disaster and Emergency Management Conference; Earth, Fire and…

Aboriginal fire management – part of the solution to destructive bushfires

As destructive bushfires become more common there is increasing political discussion how we manage them sustainably. Inevitably these debates raise questions of the past ecological effects of Aboriginal fire usage. There are two well-known narratives…

Human induced global warming likely cause of Tassie fires researchers say

Global warming caused by burning fossil fuels, deforestation (burning and removing vegetation), farming (particularly sheep and cattle) and the breakdown of waste and industries such as coal and liquid gas is becoming a major factor…

Session speaker announcement: Ms Heather Crawley, Manager, Centre for Emergency Management Studies, TAFE NSW Riverina Institute on the state of training

We are pleased to announce session speaker Ms Heather Crawley, Manager, Centre for Emergency Management Studies, TAFE NSW Riverina Institute who will speak at the 5th Australian and New Zealand Disaster and Emergency Management Conference…
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