September 2020 | Features
Governing Wildfire – A Global Inquiry By Harrison Raine
A yearlong global fellowship sends a student of governance who’s spent the summers as a wildland firefighter to explore our changing approaches…
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September 2020 | Features
Incidents within Incidents: Social perspectives on the global pandemic and wildfire By Bethany Hannah, Isabeau Ottolini, Kathleen Uyttewaal, Israel Rodríguez Giralt, Míriam Arenas, and Núria Prat Guitart
A social science lens can provide valuable insight into the current context of socio-ecological disasters, such as the effects of COVID-19 and…
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September 2020 | Features
Crafting a Fire System for the Future By Tom Zimmerman and Joe Stutler
A perspective on matching modernization with changing complexity in our Wildland Fire Management System
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January 2015 | Features
Recognize error to prevent accidents By Wildfire Editor
To build resilience into our systems and success into our safety toolkit, a “student of fire” (and our firefighting systems) must embrace…
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January 2015 | Aviation
Helicopter Crash Survival By Writer, Wildfire Magazine
Applying the LCES Approach to Aviation Safety
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May 2014 | Features
The Measure of a Mega-Fire By Guest Writer
“It’s going to happen again...with or without climate change.” – John McAneney, talking about [Australia’s] Black Saturday.
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