A global coalition of authors articulate the environmental violence of megafires by focusing on the myriad experiences of multispecies grief in their wake.
Nathan Kiel investigates the potential for post-fire forest recovery across the greater Yellowstone ecosystem in a warming world.
Photography is both an act of memory and a way to perceive change. For one writer, returning home means facing a landscape transformed by fire, climate change, and time.
The Thomas Fire continues to rage, bringing devastation and exacerbating existing inequality.
Indonesia’s previously swampy forests have become unpredictable, fuel-rich fire traps.
August 2015 recommendations from the Edge Effects editorial board.
Every winter millions of Americans gather around their televisions to watch a fireplace. What is it about a fire that we love so much? And what is it like to live through a Wisconsin winter heated by fire?