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Construction of China's Forest Firefighting System: Lessons Learned from Australia Bushfires

ZHANG Zhiqiang;  
The most devastating bushfire broke out in Australia ever since September, 2019, which has raged for nearly five months, covering an area of 11.8 million hectares, killing 33 people and 1.25 billion animals. As the most developed country in the southern hemisphere, Australia did not respond to the fire effectively. Is the power of nature too irresistible, or is there a defect in its forest firefighting system? Through analyzing the problems exposed in the firefighting in Australia, this paper lists the advantages and disadvantages of Australian forest firefighting system, aiming to assist China in developing its forest firefighting system.
【CateGory Index】: S762.3
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【Citations】
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1 PANG Yu(Chinese Academy of Governance,Beijing 100089,China);Review on Status of Emergency Management System among America,Japan and Australia[J];科技管理研究;2012-21
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1 LU Li-hong,SHANG Kao-ding,ZHANG Xue-kui(Department of Fire Commanding,The Armed Police Academy,Langfang,Hebei Province 065000,China);The Enlightenment of Public Emergencies Management on China from Developed Countries[J];武警学院学报;2008-10
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