2021 North Australian Savanna Fire Forum

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Indigenous Carbon Industry Network Coordinator, Anna Boustead, presenting at the 2021 North Australian Savanna Fire Forum from the Darwin 'Studio'

On 09 - 11 February 2021, the Indigenous Carbon Industry Network (ICIN) once again successfully hosted the annual North Australia Savanna Fire Forum, with an online Forum enabling attendees to participate from across Australia and across the world.

The Savanna Fire Forum was attended by over 200 people from across the savanna fire industry, with representatives from government, research institutions, landowners and land managers, experts in fire management, as well as carbon project developers, aggregators, buyers and sellers attending.

The Savanna Fire Forum facilitates knowledge exchange and discussion about climate change, carbon policy and science, and savanna fire management and identifies critical barriers and opportunities facing the sector.

After the unique and unprecedented challenges of 2020, this years Forum provided a place for fire managers, Traditional Owners, carbon industry practitioners, scientists, policy makers and other interested parties from across Australia to reflect, connect and share knowledge about savanna fire management.