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2023 SFF Videos - watch now!

It was a privilege to host the Savanna Fire Forum on Larrakia country again this year. Facilitated by Forum MC Nova Peris OAM, the forum featured Indigenous-led sessions on many hot topics, including presentations from over 30 Indigenous ranger groups and other experts in the area of savanna fire management. 

Want to know more?

Videos of all Day 1 & 2 plenary sessions are now available.

Watch them all or select the sessions you are interested in.

 

We are grateful to our Sponsors:

  • Silver: Clean Energy Regulator, NT Office of Climate Change, The Nature Conservancy, and Raindance Systems

  • Bronze: International Savanna Fire Management Initiative, and Charles Darwin University (in-kind)

2023 Theme
Our Past Informs Our Future

Our 2023 theme was ‘Our Past informs our Future’, which picked up on the theme of the State of the Environment Report released in 2022.

Locally and globally, the past is a rich source of useful information.

The 2023 Forum focused on how experience, history, evidence, and case studies can be used to inform and empower decision-making in the savanna burning space. It explored both traditional and mainstream forms of knowledge sharing within the network and beyond.

Tickets are SOLD OUT

Each year the Forum attracts a sell-out audience of fire managers, Indigenous land managers, carbon industry practitioners, scientists, policy makers and other interested parties, and this year is no exception. General Admission Tickets to the 2023 event were completely SOLD OUT with 333 people attending! Thank you everyone for your support, the interest this year was overwhelming.

 

In response to growing demand, the ICIN is hosting a second event. In a couple of months, we will host the 2023 National Indigenous Carbon Forum on Yugambeh country (Gold Coast) 16-18 May 

The 2023 North Australia Savanna Fire Forum was held face-to-face at the CDU Mal Nairn Auditorium in Darwin NT. For those unable to get to Darwin, please follow us on Facebook or LinkedIn and videos of each session will be posted after the event.

Thanks to our 2023 Sponsors

Silver Sponsors:
Clean Energy Regulator
NT Office of Climate Change
The Nature Conservancy
​Raindance Systems

Bronze Sponsors:
International Savanna Fire Management Initiative
Charles Darwin University (in-kind)

We would also like to acknowledge the funding and support of 
Tropical North Queensland Drought Hub 
Australian Government Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water

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