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The Fire Stories website is launched – check it out at www.fire.bmwhi.org.au
You can also read stories from the public or submit your own.
On Saturday 21st August, the Blue Mountains World Heritage Institute co-hosted two free community forums in Blackheath. The first forum, starting at 10:30am, was a bushfire ecology and management forum, and the second, from 2pm, was a showcase of ecological research undertaken in the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area.
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Cheryle Yin-Lo, Sarah Terkes and Anne O’Grady were honoured to attend the official ceremony for the unveiling of the Gully sign on Saturday 14th February at Katoomba Aquatic Centre.
A highlight of the event was a dance piece, created by Jo Clancy and performed with Ian Colless.
||The Institute is pleased to announce the new Independent Chair of its Board of Directors, Dr Don Stammer.
Described in the Australian Financial Review as “one of the doyens of economics in Australia”, Dr Stammer has enjoyed a long and distinguished career as an economist.
Don has held senior positions at the Reserve Read more
||Dr Rosalie Chapple, one of the Blue Mountains World Heritage Institute’s co-founders, is now Acting Executive Director of the Institute.
Dr. Chapple was Executive Officer until 2007 and Company Secretary until 2008, when she took on the roles of Research Director and Executive Director.
Throughout her career she has undertaken part-time university teaching, Read more
The Sydney Morning Herald, 15th July 2008
There is a ridge and a creek in the heart of the 500,000-hectare Wollemi wilderness which are so remote they have never been officially named by Europeans.
An archaeologist, Wayne Brennan, and his colleagues have called these wild features Forgotten Ridge and Creek and have Read more
BMWHI has recently undertaken a review of its value and return on investment to provide an assessment of how well our organisation is helping to protect the world heritage values of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area (GBMWHA).
Analysis of the results shows that, since the Institute’s establishment in 2004, over Read more
The Blue Mountains World Heritage Institute, in collaboration with the Blue Mountains region of the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH), recently held an important forum at the Fairmont Resort in the Blue Mountains on June 21, 2012.
We work with researchers, land managers and the community to find science-based solutions Read more