13 – 14 February 2019 Charles Darwin University: Casuarina Campus
The Savanna Fire Forum Working Group invite you to attend the 2019 North Australia Savanna Fire Forum. Indigenous land managers, rangers, fire practitioners, park managers, pastoralists, scientists, program managers and carbon industry practitioners will share the latest news, developments and learnings affecting fire management and the carbon sector.
Hear from fire managers from across north Australia as they share their knowledge and experiences from 2018/19. Explore how learnings could be applied in different situations across the north.International, National & Regional initiatives
Hear about how knowledge is being shared across the north and beyond through the formation of new networks and partnerships.
Learn about how carbon is stored in the landscape and how the new carbon sequestration methodology can apply to savanna fire managment projects.
Monitoring and Evaluation
Learn about the latest developments in monitoring and evaluation, including mapping, surveys, measuring co-benefits and reporting.
Discuss the potential impact of new developments in the savanna fire management and carbon industry, such as new methodologies, training,
Supporting savanna fire management
An expert panel will participate in a discussion about the future of policies supporting savanna fire management.
In response to the huge level of interest in last year’s forum, we have moved to larger venue this year and aim to attract a broad and inclusive audience to this year’s forum, open to anyone with an interest in fire management.
We are very pleased to be able to offer registration at a very small fee thanks to our supporters the Northern Territory Government, Indigenous Land Corporation and the Australian Government Department of the Environment and Energy.
The program will be finalised and announced soon.
Please note when making your travel arrangements that the forum will be followed by a savanna fire management methods workshop for carbon industry practitioners hosted by the Department of the Environment and Energy and the Clean Energy Regulator in Darwin on Friday February 15. Details of the workshop are available here.
Please contact event coordinator, Anna Boustead directly on email@example.com if you have any queries about the event.
North Australia Savanna Fire Forum: 13-14 February, 2019, Darwin