Putting people first: Using social science to reduce risk

In Volume 30.2 of Wildfire Magazine, WiRē Team members share how “…social data collected at the scale of local programs, standardized to allow for replication across space and time, using a co-productive process that intertwines research and practice, help assure that the science is useful and actionable.”

The WiRē Approach – in which research is embedded in practice – creates opportunities for locally tailored social science that “can foster needed transformations in local and regional conversations about new, sustainable pathways toward reducing wildfire risk to communities.”

Read the full article here.