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After the fire is over?

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Dr Marc C-Scott, a senior lecturer in screen media at Victoria University. Marc has written numerous articles for online publication including The Conversation, along with both television and radio media interviews.

Celeste is a Collaborative Research Fellow at Victoria University, who specialises in co-designed end user-based research which supports the implementation of research into specific contexts. She specialises in systemic assessment of decision making, risk and communication.
Celeste has worked with industry, all levels of government and the community, to address the needs of practitioners and policy makers in the areas of: climate change and natural hazards, innovation and transformation; and diversity and inclusion.

(Interview Recorded: Wednesday 4th February, 2020). 

In this episode we speak with Celeste Young about the current bushfires crisis in Australia, from the broader perspective of natural hazard risk ownership.

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Celeste Young
Celeste is a Collaborative Research Fellow at Victoria University, who specialises in co-designed end user-based research which supports the implementation of research into specific contexts. She specialises in systemic assessment of decision making, risk and communication.
 
Celeste has worked with industry, all levels of government and the community, to address the needs of practitioners and policy makers in the areas of: climate change and natural hazards, innovation and transformation; and diversity and inclusion.

Victoria University Research
Victoria University research delivers results for industry, government and society that shapes healthier, smarter and more sustainable communities.

This episode was hosted and produced by Dr Marc C-Scott for VU Research, Victoria University.

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