For thousands of years, Australian aborigines have maintained their environment with the aim of “maintaining the riches of the Earth for future generations” … A way of life guided by ecology and resilience.
Fire (WARU) was not an enemy but a tool. The aborigines spread this fire over the territory, using a stick, in small areas, as soon as the conditions were suitable.
They thus maintained an open and prosperous landscape, not conducive to extreme and devastating fires as today.
Returning to a situation where we live with and adapt to wildfire (WARUCENE), rather than live under the threat of it , this is our vision.
In the context of the 21st century, to move from theory to practice, we can act on three levers.
Three levers of action
- Limit combustible vegetation that spreads the fire
- Preparing citizens to react properly
- Strengthen buildings’ capacity to resist and protect people from wildfires
For its missions, Warucene relies on a network of widely experienced practitioners and on partners with whom we have developed a relationship of trust.
Beyond our missions, we defend several values:
- Preservation of biodiversity
- Fight against global warming and climate change
- Equality and sharing