Building Wildfire Resilience In The West: Why Western Forests Are Burning Catastrophically

14 Jul 2020

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Wildfire has long shaped California and Western ecosystems, with historic cultural fire and naturally-ignited fire burning at low-intensity through landscapes at least once every 30 years. Land management practices and fire suppression, plus increasing populations at the wild-urban interface, have caused a significant increase in catastrophic wildfire frequency and severity over recent decades. If we stay the course, CA and other western landscapes will lose the vast majority of their forests to climate change and megafire with profound impacts to public health, economies, biodiversity, and water. Solutions are plentiful but have lacked the attention and investment needed to adequately scale them in time.


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