Adapting to increased wildfire

According to a Perspective, current approaches for wildfire management in western North America are unlikely to adequately protect people, homes, and ecosystems from expected wildfire increases, and the authors suggest wildfire policies that promote ecosystem and residential adaption to changing climate and wildfires by prioritizing fuel reduction to promote such adaptation, implementing wild and prescribed burns, and creating incentives for planning residential developments that can withstand fire. - Read at PNAS

Article #16-17464: “Adapt to more wildfire in western North American forests as climate changes,” by Tania Schoennagel et al.