May 5, 2023 –
Community concern regarding the impacts of broadscale prescribed burning on our South West Biodiversity Hotspot is high. Pervasive smoke pollution heightens concern about the frequency, scale and intensity of planned burns, risks to public health and safety, risks to biodiversity, and the escalating risks of climate change.
Following the outstanding success of the Fire & Biodiversity Forum, held in June 2021 in Margaret River, we take great pleasure in announcing the Fire & Air Forum, to be held in the attractively located University Club of WA. Expert speakers will expand the conversation on how best to protect our natural landscapes and our people for a sustainable and healthy future.