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New research in Arnhem Land reveals why institutional fire management is inferior to cultural burning

By David Bowman, Professor of Pyrogeography and Fire Science, University of Tasmania
Christopher I. Roos, Professor, Southern Methodist University
Fay Johnston, Professor, Menzies Institute for Medical Research, University of Tasmania
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Indigenous fire management reduces the risk of bushfires, supports habitat and improves Indigenous wellbeing. Yet, the State of the Environment report this week found it’s underused.The Conversation

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