My positive vision for the future regarding fire and air is that they are part of the Earth's system and biogeochemical cycles and are an important factor for society to achieve sustainable development goals. On the other hand, I believe that wildfires driven by climate change and land use, if not properly managed, have huge economic costs and increased greenhouse gas emissions. If the warming cycle is not broken, more and more wildfires are expected to occur in the coming years. The warming cycle we studied in class is a good example of the dual impact of wildfires on ecosystems, as we often criticize the impact of wildfires on biodiversity while ignoring the role of controlled fires in promoting the regeneration of savannas, tropical forests, and boreal forests.
I envision a world where people could pay more attention to agricultural management measures and fire suppression measures, especially in the agricultural boundaries and human settlements close to the forest. This is because social development of the industry has led to the use of forests as part of agriculture which has increased the risk of fire-prone areas and