With the transition of IAWF leadership, incoming president Alen Slijepcevic looks to IAWF’s future.
THE WILDFIRE PROFESSION, as with so many public-service professions, is managed from within and outside our profession. It’s not breaking news to note that some of those outside managers may not share our priorities, values, or even our facts. At times it seems as if we (those working within the profession) are heading to resolve [...]
Thoughts on Leadership
How to lead toward a truly inter-related cohesive strategy? The unity must start in our home agencies.
Her focus on social science and wildfire risk perception helps improve the management of wildfire risk. And IJWF thanks her for her advocacy for service to the journal.
Deadline – April 2, 2018
Including the reflection on what our research lessons mean … “and how can we begin to make those lessons something that managers and policy makers can use broadly?”
A key event for those involved and interested in wildland fire management.
Where and how we build communities are key questions to resolve if we’re to coexist with fire.
A long-time expert reviews the 2017 California season: the “New Normal” is not acceptable.
Fire in the Media
A fire story as told on Twitter.
Lessons learned from the Global Paleofire Working Group workshop, Montreal, Canada. A report on science in practice.
On attending the celebration of life for FAE Cory Iverson