Navigating the Wildfire-Pandemic Interface
This article provides preliminary data that suggests the current challenges around collective action to address wildfire risk may be further exacerbated due to COVID-19, and that the pandemic has potentially widened existing disparities in household capacity to conduct wildfire risk mitigation activities in the wildland-urban interface. This resource includes:
- Mixed-mode survey
- Protocols for wildfire and COVID-19 safety measures
Recommended for environmental public health professionals, public health professionals, and local wildfire respondents working with the public in wildfire prone areas.