International Science Collaboration in Action at Binna Burra – ‘Black Summer 2019’ bushfire response and recovery

Written by Binna Burra

June 17, 2023

With the support of interdisciplinary scholar PALs (Partnerships, Alliances, Linkages) in Australia, the USA, Hong Kong and the UK, this ground-breaking resource for university students and researchers draws data relating to the devastation of the heritage listed Binna Burra Lodge in the 2019 Australian ‘Black Summer’ bushfires.

The research outputs cover both separate and inter-related topics, offering profound insights and practical strategies for navigating challenging times when tourism enterprises are required to respond and recover from a crisis.

Topics include: Disorientation and reorientation frameworks; Social media disaster communications; Tourism destination management; Stakeholder engagement; Strategic planning; Risk management; Communications; Climate change; Social capital; Sensemaking; Localisation and Leadership.

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