The Non-Wildness of Wildfires: Debunking "Wild" Fires Through Their Infrastructural and Built Systems of Maintenance
2022 | Academic
The report was produced for Lisa Haber-Thomson's course "Architecture and Property" at Harvard University's Graduate School of Design.
Cover photo courtesy Landsat 8 Satellite.
"The Non-Wildness of Wildfires: Debunking 'Wild' Fires Through Their Infrastructural and Built Systems of Maintenance" is a case study on California’s Camp Fire of 2018, a class-action lawsuit against Pacific Gas & Electric Company, and their negligence, to debunk the idea that these wildfires are a wild phenomenon.
The full report can be found on issuu.
Excerpts of the report can be found below.