Climate change increases the risk of wildfires

Enviro & Legislation

As a result of climate change, wildland fire risk is growing and action is needed now. This is one of the takeaways from the Canadian Dialogue on Wildland Fire and Forest Resilience, which is summarized in the What We Heard (WWH) report. In February 2022, the Canadian Council of Forest Ministers (CCFM) held five national roundtables…

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