A fire scientist offers a six-point strategy for preventing wildfires and living safely in flammable landscapes.
Wildfires aren't always wild. Many of the most expensive and damaging fires happen in suburban areas, and nearly all blazes in these zones are started by humans.
Debating whether climate change or forest management has caused the devastating wildfires in California, Washington and Oregon is a false choice.
During California's deadliest wildfire season, 2,000 prison inmates fought the flames on USD$1 a day.
Emergency responders and military personnel need to think creatively – even imaginatively – to save lives under pressure. Analyzing the Grenfell Tower Fire in London reveals useful lessons.
A researcher based in Fairbanks, Alaska, links 2019's record-breaking wildfires in far northern regions of the world to climate change, and describes what it's like as zones near her city burn.
As unlikely as it may sound, a new approach for fighting the destruction of wildfires in Canada’s boreal region may lie in wetlands packed with soaking layers of peat and topped with living moss.