September 2020 | Features
Governing Wildfire – A Global Inquiry By IAWF Executive Director
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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September 2020 | Thoughts on Leadership
The Passing of an Iconic Leader By Mike Degrosky
Courage, perseverance and the need for ‘good trouble’ – the lessons of John Lewis
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