The National Academies Board on Atmospheric Sciences and Climate presents a workshop about “Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Wildland Fires,” from September 13th to September 15th, 2023. The workshop focuses on our current understanding of wildland fire greenhouse gas (GHG) emission changes, and the subsequent effect on our ability to achieve net-zero GHG emissions targets. Further, the workshop identifies numerous opportunities to improve measurements and model emissions, advance understanding, and inform management to minimize wildland fire emissions. During the event on wildland fires, attendees address best management practices to include in current and future action plans.

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