25 Aug Fire factories
Adapt, or die: technology helps to put out wildfires that are costing South Africa billions in damages and lost livelihoods. A multimedia investigation by Tricia Govindasamy
As climate change fans the flames, particularly in August, one rural community in KwaZulu-Natal that is particularly vulnerable to wildfires is using world-class technology to adapt.
FireHawk, the first computer-assisted fire detection system in the world, is one of the resilience measures being put in place during a five-year, multi-component project supported by the Adaptation Fund.
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