IFER Socio-economic Core - Incorporating values in bushfire risk decision making: Further development of tools and strategies
| Funding period: 2017 - 2019
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What do you mean by values? Integration of social with biophysical knowledge in the development of a landscape decision support system
Rebecca M Ford, Andrea Rawluk, Kathryn JH Williams
Environmental decision-making is recognised as requiring integration of biophysical and social knowledge, but integration of knowl..
Relationships to Bushfire among Residents Who Do Not Typically Participate in Community Engagement in Victoria, Australia
Andrea Rawluk, Rebecca M Ford, Kathryn JH Williams
There are calls to consider the views of the diverse public in bushfire policy, planning, and management, yet those who do not typ..
The role of collaborative research in learning to incorporate values of the public in social ecological system governance: case study of bushfire risk planning
Kathryn JH Williams, Rebecca M Ford, Andrea Rawluk
Values of the public are a key and dynamic component of bushfire governance SES. Learning to work with these values is a significa..