October 2020 | IAWF News
IAWF 2020 Award Recipients By IAWF Executive Director
The International Association of Wildland Fire is pleased to share the 2020 Award Recipients.  Each year the IAWF accepts nominations for these…
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September 2020 | Features
Governing Wildfire – A Global Inquiry By Ali Spoon
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 IAWF Executive Director
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
A perspective on matching modernization with changing complexity in our Wildland Fire Management System
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September 2020 | Fire in the Media
Book Review: "Prescribed Burning in Australia - The Science, Practice and Politics of Burning the Bush" By David Bruce
Fire has been a force in the Australian landscape for millennia and prescribed burning has been practiced for at least 50,000 years…
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September 2020 | IAWF News
IAWF News By IAWF Executive Director
IAWF Student Scholarships, Save the Date for the Safety Summit-Human Dimensions Conference, ISS3 Virtual Conference still online, Call for Awards opening soon.
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