Increasing in the frequency and severity of wild fires worldwide are in part climate change related, with drought, rising temperatures and shorter winters exacerabting conditions. In the U.S. the frequency of wildfires has increased by 400% since the 70’s, with parts of California, Colorado, Arizona, and New Mexico most impacted. Fires burned six times the area that was previously affected and lasted five times longer. We are TEDS are focused on helping develop resilience to (and the reduction of) wild fires, through design, planning, research and policy changes.
We’re always interested in hearing about research or design proposals that would benefits from TEDS unique expertise in the field of environmental design. If you have project in mind you’d like to discuss with us, do get in touch.