Fighting Carbon with Fire in Australia

  • 2009•05•28

    Arnhemland, Australia: Fighting Fire With Carbon

    A short video about the effects of climate change on indigenous people managing a dry savannah zone in Arnhem Land, Northern Australia

    Fire has been used by Bininj (aboriginal) people for managing habitats and food resources across northern Australian over millennia. The secret of fire in our traditional knowledge is that it is a thing that brings the land alive again. So we don’t necessarily see fire as bad and destructive — it can be a good thing.