forest fires

Orange and red fires burns up from browning green grass below under a smokey blue sky.

(Matthias Fischer/Pixabay)

George Washington University
Wildfires are increasing in severity as climate change worsens, and our forests may not be able to grow back like they once could, scientists say.
George Washington University
Climate Hits Home | My friends and I escaped the 2020 summer blues for a weekend camping. Before heading out, we stopped at the grocery store for food essentials. When we arrived at the site, we couldn’t cook any of it. 
Founding Director, Planet Forward
As climate change worsens wildfires, what can the U.S. learn from Australia's fires?
The George Washington University
I am a product of the Pacific Northwest. I love to hike, bike, compost, teach yoga, run (particularly in the rain) and snowboard. The Tree House, my family cabin in the Cascade Mountains, is my respite where I can spend days outdoors doing all of my... Read More