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DCBR and RIEL featured on Channel 10

Man with back to camera watching fire in bush

Darwin Centre for Bushfire Research (DCBR) and Research Institute for the Environment and Livelihoods (RIEL) fire research will be featured on Advancing Australia, Channel 10, Saturday 5 June at 6 pm. This Channel 10 TV series showcases incredible Australian stories of ordinary people who are doing extraordinary things to make our country a better place. With cutting-edge innovations they are proving that we can all do better, together.

In this week’s episode Indigenous Ranger, RIEL and DCBR Collaborator, Otto Campion, and Kamaljit Sangha, RIEL Outstanding Future Researcher, tell the story of how Indigenous and non-indigenous people have worked together in the top end to develop one of best fire management practices in the world with significant socio - economic, ecological and cultural benefits.

http://advancingaustralia.com/

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