Responding to fire

Responding to fire

Part 2:  Responding to fire   Effectively coordinated sustained wildfire management to reduce the risk of uncontrolled fires due to climate change is imperative. In the past, wildfire management was heavily dependent on fire suppression. But as factors such as an...
Only you can prevent wildfires

Only you can prevent wildfires

Part 5:  Only you can prevent wildfires   An important aspect of the FynbosFire Project was to increase the capacity of people in the landscape to deal with wildfires. Over 5,000 people were trained in a range of courses that encompassed important elements of IFM...
Climate change fuels fires

Climate change fuels fires

Protecting property, lives and the environment by promoting adaptive resilience to wildfire in South Africa Part 1:  Climate change fuels fires   Climate change portends bigger wildfires that are more difficult to control. As a result, wildfire management is becoming...

You, Wildfires and the Law

We have received a number of requests for the You, Wildfires and the Law booklet. It is available in web display format on the link below. Should you have further enquiries, please contact LANDWORKS (previously Kishugu NPC) on +27 21 712 5223/5251 You, Wildfires and...