I value feeling safe and not having to worry about super fires being a risk to safety (both as a result of the fire itself and as a result of the air quality implications).
In the future that I envision, super fires are less common and less severe as a result of smarter monitoring and prescribed fires.
One specific intervention that can help with this is getting more people on board to participate in citizen science projects. There truly is power in numbers and the more citizens that can understand fires and help report the state of forests (similar to the Rink Watch initiative from "Ice and Fire: Tracking Canada's Climate Crisis"), the better we can gauge fire risks. It can also help to educate a wider audience about prescribed fires and other misconceptions surrounding this topic. From there, the experts can intervene, and with this expanded access to data, they can make more informed decisions.