A wildfire is the result of a complex interaction of biological, meteorological, physical, and social factors that
influence its likelihood, behaviour, duration, extent, and outcome (i.e., its severity or impact). Changes in many of these
factors are increasing the risk of wildfire globally (e.g., climate change is increasing the frequency and severity of weather
conducive to wildfire outbreaks, changed demographics in high-risk regions are increasing the potential impacts of wildfires).
From collection: Spreading Like Wildfire: The Rising Threat of Extraordinary Landscape Fires