For 400 years, Indigenous tribes buffered climate’s impact on wildfires in the American Southwest

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Devastating megafires are becoming more common, in part, because the planet is warming. But a new study suggests bringing ‘good fire’ back to the U.S. and other wildfire fire-prone areas, as Native Americans once did, could potentially blunt the role of climate in triggering today’s wildfires.

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