Researchers enrolling moms-to-be in Camp Fire study Bio-Specimen Assessment of Fire Effects (B-SAFE) Study aims to reveal how wildfires affect the health of pregnant women and their babies. Wildland Urban Interface (WUI) toolkit Resources to help your fire department prepare for, and respond to, WUI fires. 6 ways communities can prepare for wildfires Wildfires in California are burning bigger and hotter every year and are expected to get worse as climate change intensifies. No one can predict when a wildfire will strike but there are things individuals and communities can do to prepare for the next big one according to experts. What does science say about wildfires and health? Informational flyer on the acute and chronic exposure risks associated with wildfires and when to see a mental health professional after disaster. CalEnviroScreen CalEnviroScreen is a mapping tool that helps identify California communities that are most affected by many sources of pollution, and where people are often especially vulnerable to pollution’s effects. Safety Action Center by PG&E The Safety Action Center contains helpful information about wildfire risks and what you can do before, during and after an emergency to keep your family safe.