Community safety and engagement

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Social Construct of Fuels in the Interface 1

Householders living in fire-prone bushland areas recognised the high fire danger on their doorsteps, but many may treat fuel hazard reduction as a low priority. This study explored how householders perceived the value and risks of living in or near bushland and analysed the complex mix of hazards, risk, benefit and value perceptions that influenced the way they approached fire hazard.


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