Podcast Series
2022 Volume

Fire on the Landscape

As our climate changes and the earth warms, wildfire on our landscapes becomes more extreme, with climate conditions also creating a more extended wildfire season. Wildfire, however, is a natural part of the forest ecology and has an essential role in ecosystem health, vegetation structure, biodiversity, and reproduction. Do we need to learn to live with more wildfire, and how can adapting management priorities accommodate such a paradigmatic shift?

By Michelle Huley

November 3, 2022

A Lay of the Land

A historical fire regime of total suppression is a challenging paradigm to shift, not only for wildfire management specialists but also for the public and affected industry stakeholders. Audio editing by Alfonso Acevedo and music by Mercy Joshua.

By Michelle Huley

a firefighters stopping a grass fire

Earth Common Journal

An online journal dedicated to supporting and promoting student research projects on the topics of sustainability, conservation and climate adaptation