Woodwell Climate scientists to speak at Twenty Summers in Provincetown
Fire has emerged as one of the most visible and devastating impacts of climate change. Fire intensity and area burned are increasing around the globe, in many cases earlier and faster than previously expected. Human activities are to blame—deforestation, land management, and not least, fossil fuel burning—which points to potential solutions.
Explore how fire is changing and what we can do about it with a diverse panel of perspectives spanning the Arctic to the Amazon, featuring Woodwell Climate scientists.