Architect and lecturer Tone Wheeler together with with A+D deputy editor Sarah Buckley dispel the myths over the range of complex yet logical reasons for our bushfire crisis and delve deep into what could and should be done to ensure that we never see a repeat of this Black Summer.

With a mixture of many years of acquired knowledge working and designing in the built environment and an acute sense of political cynicism, Wheeler pulls no punches when it comes to apportioning both blame and assigning a range of short and long-term cures to the climate-induced reality Australia now find itself having to deal with.

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Tone Wheeler

Tone Wheeler is a director at Environa Studio (with Jan O’Connor) and is a passionate advocate for environmental architecture. He has taught at universities for thirty years, served on boards and appeared regularly on television and radio.